July 23, 2017
Workplace Injury Or Golf Injury? You Make The Call
Your employee hurts his shoulder off the job, but still plays golf. He claims certain work tasks are making his shoulder feel worse. Is this a workers' compensation matter? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Ask Leslie: Can I Pay Some Employees A Little Extra Near A Holiday?
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about a wage situation that arose near the 4th of July Read more...
Being Aware Of Your Implicit Biases Can Help Prevent Illegal Discrimination
Most managers are aware of their explicit biases, but what about your implicit ones? Leslie Zieren examines. Read more...
Update On The Proposed Overtime Regulations Under The New DOL Secretary
In late 2016, a federal court enjoined the DOL's proposed overtime regulations just a few days before the long-anticipated changes were to occur. What is the status now? Read more...
Post-Hire Background Checks: The Numbers And The Risk
A new survey shows that very few employers perform post-hire background checks. We examine the numbers, but also the risk post-hire background checks present for employers.read more
Financial Wellness Programs Are Growing In Popularity: What Are The Risks For Employers?
New study shows financial wellness programs are becoming more prevalent and important to employees. We examine the statistics and the EEO risks for employers.read more
Texting, Speeding, Running Lights, And Employer Liability
A respected survey looks at how drivers know the risks, but ignore them when driving. We provide some tips and a model policy to help.read more