Labor & Employment Update

An amendment to the Fair Credit Reporting Act has been introduced by Rep. Steve Cohen (D., Tenn.) to forbid use of credit checks in hiring or any other employment process. This and more in the November 2015 edition of the Labor & Employment Law Update. Read More »
Executive Order Requires Paid Sick Leave For Federal Contractors and Subcontractors Read More »
Be Careful – More Close Scrutiny Of Independent Contractors – Half The States Have Signed On. Read More »
The August Labor and Employment Update brought to you by Boardman & Clark LLP. Read More »
Labor and Employment update from the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Boardman & Clark for July of 2015. Read More »
There are a variety of Agreements between Employers and Employees: commission plans, hiring agreements, no-competes, severances, settlement of discrimination complaints just to name a few. These Agreements create Enforceable Contracts – or not. Read More »
EEOC Issues Proposed Wellness Plan Regulations. Read More »
Sarbanes-Oxley Revisions: new rules expand protection to employees of subsidiaries of publicly-traded companies, prohibit the use of arbitration agreements in whistleblower matters, and clarify DOL administrative processes and time frames. Read More »
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