I don’t know much about workers’ compensation.
Apart from a few standard provisions that I have in my employment settlement agreements, I know just enough about it to call a workers’ comp lawyer when I have an issue.
Or, like today, I know just enough that a workers’ comp decision involving a man who died during sex with a French local while on a business trip (RIP) is something that my readers want to read.
Since pretty much everything is a letdown after exorcisms and sex questionnaires, I’m aiming particularly low today with a simple update on when you’ll have to file your EEO-1 Report and whether you’ll have to include employee pay data with the report.
(By the way, I’m sorry about the late post today. IT was performing server maintenance this morning, which may have had something to do with yesterday’s post and your clickety-clicks.) Continue reading
When you read an employment law blog like mine, odds are you’re going to see a post about an employer that did something bad, or at least is accused of doing something terrible.
This post is different.
Most notably because I changed firms.