August 28th, 2019 by Kathy Speaker MacNett at SkarlatosZonarich
The proof is not only in the pudding, it's in the regulations and administrative agency interpretations.
So when the employment laws change, be sure you don't stop there because there may be an Oreo cookie hidden somewhere in the pudding (leftovers from an Oreo pie recipe).
June 4th, 2019 by Katherine Dudley Helms at Ogletree Deakins
The measles is (are?) back and whether you believe in vaccination or not, the chances that you will need to deal with them (it?) in the workplace is greater than it has ever been in your professional lifetime. Katherine Dudley Helms answers six measles FAQs.
December 20th, 2018 by Fisher Phillips
The Affordable Care Act has been ruled unconstitutional.
But nothing will change now or for the foreseeable future.
If not, Fisher Phillips provides some answers, including:
March 12th, 2019 by Sofija Anderson at Littler
Dear Littler: We have an employee who is exhibiting signs of dementia or some other sort of cognitive impairment. He has fallen asleep at work a few times recently and seems confused by tasks that did not pose any problem for him in the past. His performance was solid for years but started declining in the past several months, along with his attention to detail. How do we handle our concerns about his well-being and performance? Should we ask him what’s going on with his health?
—Worried in Wisconsin
Dear Worried in Wisconsin . . .