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Following years of declines, the percentage of employees in the combined U.S. workforce testing positive for drugs has steadily increased over the last three years to a 10-year high.
A federal court has warned a woman who has acted as her own attorney in a series of employment discrimination lawsuits that any further lawsuits will be scrutinized.
If the recent past is any indication, employers may soon be seeing an increase in sexual harassment complaints and lawsuits.
Q. Occasionally, when we receive a big order, our nonexempt employees are required to work through their lunch breaks. Although we do not pay them for this work, we buy delicious lunches for all the affected workers. Is this lawful?
Did a lawsuit suddenly come out of nowhere after you thought it was long dead? If so, it may be worth determining if the claim is untimely.
Within the next two months, expect the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to publish a long-awaited update to the Form I-9.
More than a third (37%) of U.S. workers report they’ve been bullied at work and, they say, the majority (72%) of bullies are bosses, says a survey by Zogby International.
Timing is everything, the saying goes, and for firms trying to hire it could make the difference between securing the candidate and losing out.
Q. We give employees the choice of using two 10-minute breaks each day or combining them into one 20-minute lunch break. The employees are required to punch out and in for these breaks. Now, we have a policy that docks employees 15 minutes’ pay if they’re four or more minutes late returning from a break. Is this legal?
Public employees who speak out about matters of public importance are protected from retaliation. But retaliation doesn’t include an employer’s complaint about the employee to a licensing board.