All employers and their HR staff 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 into much-reduced activity. Following are some FAQs for the reboot.
Category: Employment and Labor Law
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 […]
Under a change to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) made by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, employers are required to permit nursing mothers to take breaks to express milk and to provide a private location, other than a bathroom, to do so. Nursing mothers may take “reasonable” […]
Bob Cleary recently conducted a transition workshop for a client who completed an asset purchase (bought a company) and wanted to minimize the usual discomfort it takes for the merged parties to become efficient as new compatible working partners. The client was relieved that the workshop produced swift results, claiming […]
The attorneys in Dean & Fulkerson’s Labor and Employment Law Practice Group recognize that all employers, whether small, medium or large, must comply with a myriad of federal and state law and regulatory enactments in the context of the labor and employment environment. These include: (1) the Americans With Disabilities […]
During holiday seasons, employers often worry they may expose themselves to liability if employees become intoxicated at a company function and subsequently injure others. Under current Michigan law, an employer is not liable to a third party for injuries caused by an employee who became intoxicated during a company function […]