Tag Archives: employment law

image Several employers have been in the news recently after letting go of employees that were seen at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Even though the men in question were off the clock – and some of them hundreds of miles from home – their employers did not want to be associated with […] continue reading this post


image Federal and state labor laws are continuously being changed, added, or updated and it’s important for employers to make sure they are on top of the latest workplace laws and regulations in order to avoid costly fines or even litigation. Here are three new laws you should know about: Domestic Violence Notice Requirement: The law […] continue reading this post


Federal and state labor laws have gone through many changes over the last year that are and will continue to impact workplace policies and procedures throughout the coming months and years. It’s critical for employers to make sure they are on top of the latest workplace laws and regulations in order to avoid costly fines […] continue reading this post


Pay equality is a hot button issue, and one by one, more state and city governments are beginning to discuss legislation on salary history bans in an attempt to address the issue. Currently, three states and four cities have enacted a ban, with more on their heels. Proponents of these bans claim that pay inequality […] continue reading this post


When an FMLA violation occurs, typically the business owner is the responsible party. But according to the terms used in the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA,) “employer” is a bit of a broader term. According to the Glossary of Terms Used in the FMLA: “Any person who acts, directly or indirectly, in the interest […] continue reading this post