Why Can’t we all Get Along: Lessons from Yahoo, FMLA

I have been fortunate to be part of a LinkedIn group discussing risk management and employment law related topics. One of the members recently posted this article as it brings together the recent news of Yahoo’s restrictive telecommuting policy with the thought of FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) practices. The commentary from this group […]

Workplace Investigations Andrew Botwin published in the New Jersey State Bar Association Article Labor and Employment Law Quarterly

December 2012 NJ Labor and Employment Law Quarterly. See Page 17 for an article where Strategy People Culture, LLC’s Andrew Botwin was interviewed on workplace investigations. Gain insight into when and why workplace investigations are conducted in additional to some recent legal issues raised by the National Labor Relations Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity […]

Workplace Investigation NLRB Comments

Employers beware. If employers want to mitigate their legal exposure and ensure they are safeguarding employee rights, they must properly investigate workplace employment based complaints. Some employers choose to conduct their own internal investigations to save money, time or simply because the employer feels they know their employees best. There are many reasons why this […]

Healthcare Reform and Company Culture

The United States Supreme Court has recently upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Some people refer to this law as “Obamacare” while others call it “Healthcare Reform.” Regardless of how you label this, what your political ideology is, and how you feel about the merits of the law, one thing is for […]