“Clairvoyance,” that’s a 10th-grade word. Let me Google it just in case.
Ok, we’re good. Continue reading
May is Mental Health Month. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, which enforces the Family and Medical Leave Act, just dropped some additional resources for workers on their rights to take leave for serious mental health conditions and for employers to better understand how to comply with the FMLA.
Last night, I went through my Google Drive of older cases about which I had intended to blog but never gotten around to it. And I found this Fifth Circuit Family and Medical Leave Act decision involving a company that fired an employee two months into his leave.
The issue was whether the employee had sufficiently pled causes of action for FMLA interference and retaliation. Continue reading
I had this great post planned for today about the millions of American workers who skip work the day after the Super Bowl — and what employers can do (legally) to address it.
Then, I remembered that I wrote about it back in 2020. So, since I’m feeling
lazy pragmatic, you get to take a trip down memory lane.
Print this post if you want to discourage your managers and supervisor from putting dumb sh*t in emails that might one day get shown to a jury and end up costing your business a mint. Continue reading