In this month’s NewsFlash, we take a closer look at the Occupational and Safety Health Administration's (OSHA) new electronic injury tracking portal and the mandatory reporting requirements for covered employees.
Companies devote significant time and attention to managing underperforming employees. This often leaves top performers feeling neglected and unappreciated. In these situations, appropriate talent strategies must be utilized in order to prevent unnecessary turnover.
In this month’s Employment, Labor and Benefits NewsFlash, the topics include the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Reply Brief addressing the overtime regulations implemented last year and how it walks a fine line between defending its authority but not the Obama Overtime Rule.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), along with its state analogues, imposes stringent requirements for employers and will likely present new challenges in the future. The act affects almost every person or company who seeks an individual’ credit report from a consumer reporting agency.
Employers and employees have a lot to think about and keep track of when it comes to health benefits. One of the most obvious, but often troublesome issues, is telling employees just what those benefits are.
An employee’s defection to a direct competitor can represent a significant risk to a company’s competitive advantage. Unless there is an agreement between the parties restraining the employee from competition, there is limited ability to protect your business advantage.