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The Government has recently issued a new “Call for Evidence”, Dealing with dismissal and “Compensated no fault dismissal” for micro businesses. The main aim of the paper is to gather evidence from businesses to establish what can be done to encourage small employers to...
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Thursday, March 22, 2012: Graham James sentence may be appealed Ontario court to rule Monday on prostitution laws Lawyers Practicing Primarily in New York Must Work for Attorney-Owned Firms, Ethics Opinion Says Charges laid...
Each month, the world’s finest employment lawyers gather together in an online event affectionately known as the Employment Law Blog Carnival. Here’s this month’s edition, which features everything from employee engagement to hiring for diversity to gender pay gaps to social media...
With all the focus lately on social media, it’s easy for forget that there are other laws and issues that remain vitally important to employers. One of them is the need for employees to understand the importance of compliance with data privacy laws. I talked in 2008 about a new law in...
Jackson Lewis White Paper Addresses Legal Risks Stemming From Occupational Health Nurses and On-site Health Clinics
Employers increasingly have health professionals on-site providing medical services to employees. Whether it is a single nurse at a facility providing basic first aid and assisting in fitness-for-duty exams, or a full-scale health clinic staffed with physicians, nurses and others, there are a range...
In Poling v. Core Molding Technologies (S.D. Ohio 2/9/12), the plaintiff, who suffered from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome, claimed that his employer interfered with his FMLA rights when it terminated him for excessive absences. Poling’s problem, however, was that he never adequately...
"Retail group tells Senate to ax NLRB’s union-election rule" -- The Hill The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) is asking the Senate to weigh in on a contentious union-election rule proposed by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). In a letter sent Wednesday ...
Celeste R. Yeager - Partner We recently achieved an outstanding result for employers who struggle with the application of leave of absence policies in conjunction with the ADA. In a favorable opinion for employers, a Federal District Judge for the Western District of Virginia recently...
Healthcare Economist Jason Shafrin is this week's riskmeister - he hosts Cavalcade of Risk #153, the March Madness Edition. He has filtered this to a nice trim edition of what he calls the "elite 8." We're pleased that he thought our post made the grade!...
The Supreme Court issued it's opinion in Coleman v. Md. Ct. App. today, holding that Congress lacked the power to abrogate state immunity from suits for damages for violations of the FMLA's self-care provisions. Here's the syllabus: JUSTICE KENNEDY, joined...