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Q. We discovered that one of our employees has a history of unprovoked violent fits due to schizophrenia. We certainly sympathize with our employee’s struggle, but we also worry about the safety of customers and other employees. Does state law allow us to fire him for this reason?
An employee who had a long history of filing internal discrimination claims has lost a retaliation lawsuit. She alleged her employer retaliated against her when it terminated her after she missed work for medical reasons, an absence her doctor believed might last indefinitely.
The former personal chef to rap star Sean Combs alleges that she was not paid overtime she was entitled to receive.
In a move that surprised EEOC staffers and employment law attorneys alike, President Trump on June 28 nominated corporate lawyer Janet L. Dhillon to chair the EEOC.
Sometimes landing the best candidate requires sweetening the salary pot, paying more than the last person to hold the job earned. Before you make such an offer, consider the potential consequences.
The Department of Labor has made what may be its last move in the abortive rulemaking process that would have raised the white-collar overtime salary threshold.
The more factors that show the workers are indeed in business for themselves, the more likely they should not be classified as employees, but as independent contractors instead.
Q. One of our employees suffers from arthritis and has complained that the temperature of the office triggers joint pain. She has requested that we heat the entire office to 80 degrees Fahrenheit as an accommodation of her disability. Must we do so?
Although no specific ordinance is before the Minneapolis city council, more than half its members have publicly stated they support a $15 an hour minimum wage.
President Trump has nominated management-side employment lawyer William J. Emanuel and Marvin Kaplan, chief counsel at the commission that reviews contested OSHA decisions, to the National Labor Relations Board.
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