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By Edwin Foulke, Jr.
Until about a decade ago, the safety profession focused primarily on the use of lagging indicators to determine whether a company had a good safety program.
By David Jones
The H-1B visa is the most common visa classification for foreign students graduating from U.S. universities. Only 65,000, however, can be granted in a fiscal year, which is referred to as the H-1B cap.
By Megan U'Sellis
The Kentucky Court of Appeals just held that non-lawyers may no longer represent employers in unemployment proceedings, ruling that such a practice is unconstitutional.
By Cheryl Behymer
The EEOC just announced that, in order to comply with a recent shocking court order, most employers will need to turn over compensation information from both 2017 and 2018
By Catharine Morisset, Gulsah Senol
Finding that "workforce mobility is important to economic growth and development," Washington just passed a new law that will significantly restrict noncompetition agreements with both employees and...
By Michelle Anderson
For the past several years, there has been a steep increase in litigation in the hospitality industry brought under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and now a new twist is on the rise.
By Richard Meneghello
There's no way to sugarcoat this one. Today the 9th Circuit handed a big loss to gig economy companies by concluding that last year's Dynamex decision from the California Supreme Court
By Kathleen McLeod Caminiti
A federal court announced today that employers have until September 30, 2019 to turn over pay data as part of your revised EEO-1 reporting obligations.
By Anthony Guzman
Is arbitration even worth it anymore? In the recent past, most employers would have said "yes" without a second thought.
By Pamela Williams
Healthcare employees are nearly five times more likely than workers in other fields to be victims of workplace violence, according to federal government statistics.
By Megan U'Sellis
In a matter of first impression, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission recently ruled that the OSHA's general duty clause requires employers to protect employees from incidents of workplace violence.
By Jaklyn Wrigley
It seems that just about every car dealership operates a quick lube nowadays.
By A. Kevin Troutman
Correctly handling an employee's medical or mental condition, especially one that requires a gap in working, can be complicated and stressful for everyone involved, including the HR representative, well-meaning supervisors and the employee themselves.
By Todd B. Logsdon
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's electronic recordkeeping regulation has had a tortured existence since its introduction in May 2016.
By Lariza A. Hebert
The confusion surrounding worker classification is not a new topic for any gig economy employer. Whether gig workers are classified as employees or independent contractors is a constant battle
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