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Today, employers must comply with more laws governing the employer/employee relationship than at any other time in history – and more legislation’s coming. To make things even more complicated, many of the statutes overlap and contain numerous gray areas. This site will keep you abreast of employment law changes and what you must do to stay in compliance to avoid costly litigation and penalties.
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When the feds start looking into employers’ benefit plans, most HR pros think they’re generally targeting retirement plan issues. But new research shows that’s not necessarily the case.
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When the co-workers of an employee on leave start coming out of the woodwork to the let the company know the worker is abusing her FMLA rights, the company is obligated to take action. But how far can an employer …
Remember that historic ruling on telecommuting where a court essentially said employers may have to prove an employee’s physical presence at work is essential? Well, an appeals court just offered a much different slant on this issue.