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August 2017

Hurricane Harvey is relentlessly drenching southeast Texas and the surrounding areas, resulting in unprecedented flooding and damage. As the storm rages, many employers are wondering how to respond and what happens next. After the waters and dangers...
(You’ve been warned.)As I reported Tuesday, a federal judge has ruled that the wellness regulations issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are invalid. Judge John D. Bates of the District of Columbia did not vacate...
Our thoughts and prayers are with those in Texas and Louisiana who are in the dangerous path of Hurricane Harvey.Natural disasters like Harvey raise a host of issues for employers: how do you pay your employees during suspended operations? ...
New York employers now have a new class of employees to be wary of – the “cute”.  A New York appellate court just issued a decision reviving a gender discrimination claim brought by a female plaintiff, who alleged that she was fired because her...
It’s been a rough few years for workplace policies at the NLRB. From communication policies, to social media policies, to conduct policies, to confidentiality policies, the NLRB has, time and again, struck down facially neutral, garden variety...
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