- EEOC Publishes Proposed Guidance on Unlawful Employee Harassment
- The Moral of the Story: Playing Doctor is not a Human Resources’ Function
- Termination for Cause Provisions: Every Word Matters
- Join Us for Our Annual Labor, Employee and Employee Benefits Seminar!
- Is a “Love Contract” Right for Your Office Lovebirds?
Monthly Archives: July 2016
Earlier this month, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed the Transgender Public Accommodations Bill into law. While Massachusetts has statutorily prohibited employment discrimination against transgender persons since July 1, 2012, the law extends those protections to include all places of public … Continue reading
Many businesses use staffing agencies to supplement their regular employee workforce with temporary workers. Staffing agencies can be extremely valuable for a company seeking to save money (e.g., taxes and employee benefits) which it would have to pay for regular … Continue reading
Many colleges and universities provide graduate student employees (e.g., teaching assistants) with a stipend or reimbursement to offset the cost of their medical coverage under a student health plan. Recent guidance from the Departments of Health and Human Services (“HHS”), … Continue reading