Ah yes. We’re going to attempt to put the “human” in HR today.
**clutches icy-cold lawyer heart**
As I type out this post at 10:15 pm on Sunday evening, there are many reasons why I am thankful that NBC10 in Philadelphia tapped me for an interview that aired on Sunday. Not the least of which is that I can make this blog post a short one, link to the video, and get back to bingeing The Defenders on Netflix.
Yesterday, a LinkedIn user who read Monday’s post, “How would you respond if your employee marched in Charlottesville?” asked his own question, Eric, could you explain more in depth – employment at will vs. Off the job free speech?
I got this. Continue reading
The Department of Labor does most of the heavy lifting for you.
But, today’s blog post is a sobering reminder that when an employer provides DOL-prepared Family and Medical Leave Act paperwork to an employee, it’s just as important for the employer to complete its portion of the forms as it is for the employee to complete his or hers. Continue reading
Let’s do an FMLA quiz. We know that an FMLA-eligible employee must check three boxes:
So, does the FMLA protect from retaliation an employee who requests leave before the one-year anniversary of employment? Continue reading
But, if I were to ask you which side of the country, east coast or west coast, would offer greater judicial support for the employment rights of medicinal-marijuana cardholders, you’d say west for sure, right?
And you’d be wrong… Continue reading