Employers Beware – What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You!

Legislative Action on Workplace Harassment A barrage of new laws have been unfolding across America in 2019 impacting the work environment for all employers…that is right, you may not be exempt from this employers. Common sense, combined with the law dating back to the 1960’s, makes it clear employees have a right to go to […]

Has Your Business Met Its Legal Requirement Around Sexual Harassment Training?

Federal jurisprudence established clear guides indicating the need for employers to provide anti-harassment and discrimination training. Training has become one of the key ingredients to help employers avoid and defend accusations of sexual harassment and discrimination training in the United States. States are stepping up this requirement. Most recently, on April 11, 2018, New York […]

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 […]