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Ignorance of OSHA Requirements Does Not Preclude Willful Violation

Employers found to have committed repeat or willful violations of Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards are subject to citation penalties of 10 times those for ordinary violations, and in some cases...more

Key California Employment Law Cases: February 2018

by Payne & Fears on

Rojas v. HSBC Card Services Inc., 228 Cal. Rptr. 3d 640 (2018)- Summary: Installing recording device and recording calls on company phones renders actions intentional under California Invasion of Privacy Act. ...more

Is Having an Office Romance A Good Idea?

by Jaburg Wilk on

You’re young, embarking on a career and very attracted to a co-worker who flirts with you at your new job. You’re sure the two of you were made for each other and, after all, you’re only human. So, you boost the courage to...more

CFPB Requests Information on Supervision Processes

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

On February 14, 2018, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB or “Bureau”) issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking comments on improvements to the CFPB’s supervision program and “how best to achieve meaningful...more

Airbus Pays €81 Million Fine to German Authorities for “Violation of Supervisory Duties”

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

In one of Europe’s largest cross-border corruption investigations, involving multiple jurisdictions including Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Austria, one chapter concluded at the end of last week: On February 9,...more

Are Construction Project Supervisors Exempt from the FLSA’s Overtime Requirements?

The Answer: It depends on the facts and circumstances of each case. However, two recent reissued opinion letters from the United States Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) provide construction companies...more

ABA Passes Resolution Updating Sex Harassment Prevention Practices

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Last week, I had the opportunity to again represent Connecticut as the State Delegate for the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates at the Vancouver ABA Midyear Meeting. Among the resolutions debated was Resolution...more

Weekly Round Up – February 4, 2018

by Fisher Phillips on

Mercifully, this has not been a week of big OSHA developments, so we focus on practical observations on safety compliance and on managing OSHA inspections. Because safety professionals in particular, and managers in general,...more

Howard’s Weekly Roundup - January 27 - Part 2.

by Fisher Phillips on

We’ve separated Saturday’s Weekly Roundup into two posts for more easy consumption. This section includes comments from two nationally recognized professionals in our industry who commented on safety, employment law, and...more

Addressing Workplace Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era

Stories of high-profile individuals in politics, media, entertainment and hospitality alleged to have engaged in sexual harassment, or worse, have been breaking at an unprecedented rate. In the wake of these allegations,...more

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2018

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

2017 has been a busy year for the California legislature, with the result that a number of new and significant employment laws have been added to the books and will take effect on January 1, 2018. Employers should take note...more

Failure to Train Managers and Supervisors Cost Company $284,000 for Violation of the Family Medical Leave Act

by Clark Hill PLC on

In Boadi v. Center for Human Development, Inc., a jury found an employer liable for interfering with an employee's exercise of her Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) rights, awarding four years of back pay and benefits. The...more

#Metoo? Sure, But Not All Sexual Harassment Is Alike, And Not All workplaces Are Like Hollywood.

According to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll published this week, 48 percent of working women believed they had been victims of sexual harassment in the workplace. My reaction was, “Only 48 percent?” I would have...more

Episode 24: EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum Part I: Employers' "Superstar Harassment" Problem

by Akerman LLP on

Amidst seemingly endless sexual harassment headlines, Matt Steinberg welcomes EEOC Commissioner, Chai Feldblum, to discuss the "Superstar Harasser" epidemic. The discussion will explore what companies can do to prevent and...more

A Cautionary Tale That Context Matters

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

In the shifting landscape of employment law, a recent case illustrates the need to apply context and consider all the circumstances – even when it looks like a general rule applies. In this particular case, involving race and...more

Investment Funds Update: Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and...

by Dechert LLP on

CSSF Statement Confirming Support of ESMA's Position on Supervisory Convergence/Regulatory Arbitrage - The CSSF published a statement confirming its support of ESMA’s position on the matter of supervisory convergence /...more

“Not My Employee, Not My Problem.” Oh, Yeah?

Employers, has this ever happened to you? A guy (we’ll call him “Ryan”) comes to work for you through a temporary agency. The agency issues the paychecks and generally acts as Ryan’s “HR” representative. Your company pays...more

Sixth Circuit Shuts Down EEOC’s Appeal In Sex Harassment Suit

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: In a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by the EEOC, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a U.S. District Court’s grant of an employer’s motion for summary judgment after finding that the harassing employee was not a...more

To Search A Supervisor’s Phone Or To Not Search A Supervisor’s Phone? That Is The Question

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: On June 7, 2017, the Board held that in order to comply with the Board’s Election Rules, an employer may need to search the phones of supervisors to identify the phone numbers of eligible voters, even if...more

Web Exclusive: The Changing Face Of Discrimination

by Fisher Phillips on

As all hospitality employers know, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of “sex.” However, the statute does not specifically mention sexual orientation or gender identity. What does...more

Fox News Lawsuits Highlight Importance of Workplace Culture

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Employers should take note of the position Fox News is in due to the proliferation of recent lawsuits against the network by numerous current and former employees. To be clear and fair, the lawsuits only involve allegations...more

Employer liable for off-duty murder?

by McAfee & Taft on

Companies often assume they are not responsible for interactions between employees that happen off-site after hours and that are unrelated to their jobs. However, if a supervisor and a subordinate are involved and the...more

Simplifying Employee Performance Feedback Documentation

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

Employers are familiar with the importance of documenting performance problems. Performance documentation is a critical part of managing employees, providing feedback, and creating a record for promotion or position changes,...more

A Review of Recent Whistleblower Developments

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Whistleblower Developments is a periodic report covering significant cases, decisions, proposals, and legislation related to whistleblower statutes and how they may impact your business. ...more

Is Your Anti-Harassment Training Making the Grade?

by Miller & Martin PLLC on

If your initial response to this question is, "What anti-harassment training? Are we still supposed to be doing that? Isn't that kind of 'old school'?", your first step needs to be planning anti-harassment training in 2017....more

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