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I don’t know about you, but I had the best Presidents Day ever!!!
Oh yes, something awesome happened yesterday!
I think we all need a day to recharge the batteries…
My younger daughter agrees…
Wherein I rank the cereal choices at the bloggerdome.
This post has nothing to do with employment law and everything to do with breakfast choices. Thus, with one finger squarely on the pulse of HR-compliance — we’ll get back to that on Monday — and another on the most important meal of the day, I bring you the Meyer breakfast cereal cabinet….ranked!
Want the secret to defending retaliation claims?
As in, guaranteed date with a jury.
Oh, you thought I was going to tell you how to avoid a retaliation lawsuit? You’re so cute that way.
Radical new bill could open the hostile work environment litigation floodgates
Or, as Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) proclaims in this press release for the introduction of the Fair Employment Protection Act of 2016, this legislation “restores workplace protections to ensure that Americans harassed on the job by their supervisors are treated fairly and receive the justice they deserve.”
It’s all in the eye of the beholder, I suppose.
***ducks Bernie Sanders paperweight***
Meyer on how lawyers can effectively market themselves through social media
You folks; however, know me as a blogging all-star, one of the lawyers who’s killing it on Twitter, and an all around social-media dynamo.
*** you can stop clapping now ***
Happy Belated 22nd Birthday FMLA!
On Wednesday, the FMLA celebrated its 22nd birthday. Did you know that the U.S. is the only industrialized nation without paid family medical leave? Yes, really. And, while I don’t expect that to change anytime soon, you may be interested in learning how the DOL plans to enforce the law. Here’s a preview of FMLA enforcement trends from my buddy Jeff Nowak at FMLA Insights.
And here’s that Tove Lo song that I can’t get out of my head. Sorry.