A Guide to Reopening

May 21, 2020   Written by:   Filed under: Breaking News

A GUIDE TO REOPENING As states lift or relax stay-at-home orders, many employers are beginning to plan the reopening of their physical workplaces. Employers should consider safety measures, recall practices, and other unique COVID-19 issues as they reopen. Read our news alert here.

COVID-19 FAQs: Return to Work, Travel, Testing, PTO and Work from Home Issues

April 22, 2020   Written by:   Filed under: Breaking News

COVID-19 FAQS: RETURN TO WORK, TRAVEL, TESTING, PTO AND WORK FROM HOME ISSUES As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, many employers are handling the challenges ofnew workspaces, responding to novel employee work restriction requests, and navigating hurriedly packaged work legislation and regulations. The following FAQs range from questions arising when… Read More →

Breaking News: DOL Issues Guidance on Who is a Health Care Provider, Small Employer Exception & More

March 30, 2020   Written by:   Filed under: Breaking News

DOL ISSUES GUIDANCE ON WHO IS A HEALTH CARE PROVIDER, THE SMALL EMPLOYER EXCEPTION AND MORE Over the weekend, the Department of Labor issued updated Q&As for the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Act and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act. Among the 20 new Q&As, several offer important guidance. The substantive additions… Read More →

February Employment Law Bulletin

February 20, 2020   Written by:   Filed under: Breaking News

  EEOC Charges Reach Record Low According to information recently released by the EEOC, a total of 72,675 charges were filed during Fiscal Year 2019 (ending September 30). This is the fewest ever since the EEOC began releasing charge statistics in 1997. Nine years ago, the highest number of charges… Read More →