COVID-19 Thoughts On The Coming Reboot – Not A Shoo-In? – Questions Not Frequently Asked Now, But Which Should Be
All employers, and their stalwart HR staffs, will be confronted with the uncertain task of quickly and efficiently bringing back on-line previously fine-tuned systems for the production of goods and services which have been forced over the past weeks into much-reduced activity. When the reboot is initiated, things will move quickly. It will come with its own package of issues, some of which may be as challenging as those faced in the weeks preceding it, if not more so. This is why it is advisable to look ahead and anticipate those things which are likely to become the stuff of FAQs for the reboot.
A MESSAGE TO DEAN & FULKERSON’S REAL ESTATE CLIENTS DURING THE COVID 19 ACTIVITY RESTRICTION PERIOD.
The entire state of Michigan, and over 90% of the US population, are under travel and activity restrictions which make it difficult to carry on ordinary business activities, or even conduct business, unless the business activity is deemed necessary for the critical infrastructure of the country, to preserve life health […]
The stock market began to feel the impact of the coronavirus (named COVID-19 by the World Health Organization) in earnest this week. No matter what line of business you are in, it is near impossible to go through a day and not hear about the coronavirus. Panic is mounting, the markets […]
Frequently Asked Questions The U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rule. In this report, you will learn about key requirements, exemptions, supporting documents and much more. Click here for […]
In late December, 2018, the Michigan Legislature passed the Paid Medical Leave Act (PMLA), after a similar ballot proposal on the same issue was approved for the November, 2018 election. There has been considerable confusion among trucking industry employers about how the PMLA affects them. Here are some key points […]
On April 3, 2019, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) informed a U.S. District Court that it will need to extend the employee compensation data reporting on the EEO-1 from May 31, 2019 to September 30, 2019. The EEOC requires employers with more than 100 employees to report the number […]
Private employers with more than 100 employees must annually file a report with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) known as the EEO-1. The window for filing the EEO-1 opens on March 18, 2019 and will close on May 31, 2019. The EEO-1 has historically required company disclosure of […]
Karen Ludden, Chair of Dean & Fulkerson’s Insurance Coverage and Defense Practice Group was successful in acquiring summary judgment in favor of Acuity Insurance, finding no duty to defend or indemnify its insured, an opiate supplier in the National Prescription Opiate (NPO) Multi-District Litigation (MDL), in that litigation. Over $100 […]
Michigan’s outgoing governor last month signed into law the Paid Medical Leave Act. The new law, which will go into effect on March 21, 2019, requires employers with 50 or more individuals to grant paid medical leave to eligible employees. The term “eligible employee” does not include employees classified as […]