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
Howard Stern interviewed Alec Baldwin recently. Mr. Baldwin was talking about going to anger management classes and realizing quickly that, well, he’s really not that angry. At least not compared to some of the other folks required to attend anger management classes.
Now, consider your most pain-the-butt, problem employee.
The case is called Wild v. Carriage Funeral Holdings, Inc. So, yeah, it’s “Wild.”
And so as not to bury the lede, the court concluded that the plaintiff, a medical marijuana user, could pursue discrimination claims under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (the LAD) against his employer. Continue reading
I remember the time that the U.S. Department of Labor showed up unannounced to the Bloggerdome.
It was yesterday. And, I’m pretty sure that the five-year-old ratted me out for paying my other three kids in Cheerios for installing a marble driveway. The driveway was a birthday gift I gave to myself.
(I turn 43 today.)
But, lesson learned. And even though this never really happened, I feel your pain, friends. I know how difficult it can be to comply with wage and hour laws. Continue reading
That’s right folks. It’s time for another edition of “Fact or Fiction” a/k/a “Quick Answers to Quick Questions” a/k/a QATQQ f/k/a “I don’t feel like writing a long blog post.”
It’s your fault that this post is so short. Continue reading