Human Resources

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When employees say stupid things, take some small comfort: Not every stray comment will be grounds for a successful lawsuit.
If you use an arbitration agreement to limit litigation, have your attorney regularly review the language in the agreement. It’s the best way to avoid completely defeating the purpose of having an agreement.
If you have a handbook that provides workers with a limited right to contest proposed discipline, make sure it also has a very strong at-will statement.
Are you putting off plans for dealing with the new salary threshold?
When an employee files a sex discrimination lawsuit alleging unequal pay for equal work, the employer merely needs to show that the reason for the discrepancy is something other than sex.
A highly compensated employee whose job duties consisted largely of training customers on how to use the software his employer sells has won a California overtime lawsuit.
The Affordable Care Act has had almost no effect on the number of employees who get their health insurance through an employer-sponsored plan, according to new research by the nonprofit Urban Institute.
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, which covers Minnesota employers, has come out against the NLRB’s interpretation on arbitration agreements.
If an employee sues, immediately let your attorney know if the employee signed an arbitration agreement.
How to keep your low-wage employees motivated and productive.
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