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Pokémon Go In The Workplace: Oh Look There's A Pikachu!
Did you know that the world is now inhabited by creatures called Pokémon? (Or maybe they've always been there?)
United States
22 Jul 2016
Business Insurance: Injury Records Rule May Lead To More Citations
My colleague Alta Ray, was quoted in a Business Insurance article entitled, Injury Records Rule May Lead to More Citations in which she provides steps for employers to avoid retaliation against employees who report workplace injuries.
United States
8 Jul 2016
Innocents Abroad: Employer Considerations When Sending Employees On International Assignments Or Business Travel
In our increasingly globalized economy, employers strategically place employees in assignments across international locations, and utilize cross-border business trips to facilitate demanding international business needs.
United States
25 Feb 2016
SHRM Online: Measles Outbreak Raises Compliance Questions
I was quoted in a SHRM Online article entitled Measles Outbreak Raises Compliance Questions.
United States
11 Feb 2015
Can Employers Require Their Employees To Be Vaccinated?
If it can happen in the "Happiest Place on Earth", then why can’t it happen at my office?
United States
6 Feb 2015
New York Federal Court Finds That The Fair Labor Standards Act Does Not Require An Employer To Compensate An Employee For Time Spent At Mandatory Alcohol Counseling And Treatment Sessions
Employers do not have to pay their employees to attend mandatory alcohol counseling and treatment sessions, according to a New York Federal court.
United States
4 Feb 2015
SHRM: Confront Employees Who Perpetrate Domestic Violence
My colleague Tyrone Thomas was quoted in a SHRM article entitled Confront Employees Who Perpetrate Domestic Violence in which he comments on ways employers can investigate an employee’s alleged off-duty, off-site domestic violence.
United States
2 Oct 2014
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