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Who Reads the Instructions Anyway? The Role of Job Descriptions in Limiting Liability

How many times have you heard employment counsel say, “update your job descriptions?” Enough that you dream of updates? Enough that one of my clients commented, “I feel like that’s tattooed on my brain.” ...more

Drug Testing: Dot Every "i" and Cross Every "T" -

It seems unlikely that anyone who could pass a drug test would disagree that Iowa’s drug testing statute is complicated and difficult to administer. Iowa Code § 730.5, which relates to private sector drug and alcohol testing,...more

Infectious? Please, Just Go Home!

The world can be a scary place. There are risks that you can control, like whether or not you take up bungee jumping or alligator wrestling, and risks you can’t control, such as whether or not someone runs a red light or if...more

Employment Law Blog: Pregnancy Discrimination & The Accommodation Debate

On Monday, July 14, the EEOC issued guidance relating to its current interpretation of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the Act’s interaction with the ADA and other laws. ...more

Preferential Hiring Beyond the OFCCP - Goodbye Employment-At-Will

When the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced its rules on the hiring of veterans and those with disabilities this generated significant discussion on preferential hiring programs as well as the...more

Employment Law: Don't Mess with Mama -The DOL Issues Guidance on FMLA for Adult Children

On January 14, 2013 the DOL issued guidance on FMLA leave for adult children. Pursuant to the Family and Medical Leave Act, parents of an adult child have been previously able to take FMLA for a child who is incapable of...more

1/28/2013  /  ADA , ADAAA , Adult Children , Disability , FMLA
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