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By Raymond R. Rinkol, Jr.

The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") recently adopted a final rule amending its representation case procedures. Upon the filing of...

Categories: Employment Law

My daughter has a book called "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse," that stars a young mouse who gets a brand new...

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Employers who offer wellness programs to their employees should be aware that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission may challenge a...

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By Raymond R. Rinkol, Jr.

Larry Alexander v. Avera St. Luke's Hospital, No. 13-2592 (8th Cir. 2014) The United States Court of Appeals for the...

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Employers continue to face challenges from employees' use of online forums to voice criticisms – even using vulgar language –...

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Employers may face a growing need to consider telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, according...
Employers who conduct employee security screens or are considering doing so should be aware of potential ramifications under the Fair...

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By Raymond R. Rinkol, Jr.

The United States Supreme Court recently ruled (Sandifer v. U.S. Steel Corp., No. 12-417 (US 2014)) that time spent donning...

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On March 5, 2014, the IRS released final rules implementing Section 6056 of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 6056 was...

Categories: Employment Law, Health Law

The Obama Administration partially delayed, for a second time, the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate. The Obama Administration said on...

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