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Here are some of the highlights from the OSHA head's chat with the oil and gas servicing industry.
If an employee continually makes unsubstantiated racism charges, you can and should discipline them.
Telling workers to eat lunch while driving doesn’t convert that travel time into an unpaid lunch break.
When an employee complains that a supervisor is behaving in a discriminatory way, employers must ensure there is no retaliation. Even small things can lead to a big problem.
Regulating workers' off-duty activites is a slippery slope that can land you in deep legal waters.
Q . An employee who’s been employed since October is out on workers’ comp and will be for a while. Do I send her FMLA paperwork even though she hasn’t met the criteria of being employed for at least a year? It’s my understanding that I should send it to everyone that requests leave, and only after they return the paperwork should I determine if the person is, in fact, eligible.
Using a group to make hiring or firing decisions can increase the probability that some illegal, discriminatory factor will influence the process.
Making sure you are meeting your obligations on job applications is never simple.
Employers facing Equal Pay Act claims have a basic defense: That pay differentials an employee says are based on sex are actually the result of other factors.
The World Champion U.S. Women's Soccer Team filed an EEOC complaint March 31 demanding to be paid the same as members of the U.S. Men’s National Team and drawing mainstream attention to the Equal Pay Act.