mobile-img
Stay Relevant
The DMi Blog
Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: April 8, 2019

I am happy to share an addition to my prior blog post, making it a total of ten objectives of successful harassment prevention training! I have spent the last 15 months traveling around the country, talking to organizations of the importance of harassment prevention and inappropriate workplace contact in the #MeToo era. I have provided […]

Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: April 1, 2019

I am excited to share my thoughts and understanding on what it takes to establish a successful anti-harassment workplace. I have spent the last 15 months traveling around the country, talking to organizations of the importance of harassment prevention and inappropriate workplace contact in the #MeToo era. I have provided training for professional sports franchises, […]

Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: March 21, 2014

BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about President Obama’s recent Memo to the Department of Labor, telling the DOL to expand overtime eligibility.

Filed Under: General, Wage and Hour
Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: March 18, 2014

It’s an exciting time for basketball fans as the NCAA College Basketball tournament – March Madness – kicks off this week. How this translates in the workplace can be complicated. Play by the rules and it could actually be a benefit. However, if you’re not careful, it could be a workplace nightmare.

Filed Under: General
Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: February 11, 2014

University of Missouri All-American defensive end Michael Sam made headlines this week by announcing that he’s gay. It’s news because Sam is expecting to be drafted into the National Football League this Spring. If that happens, he’ll be the first openly gay player in the macho world of pro football.

Filed Under: General
Michael S. Cohen
Michael S. Cohen
Posted: October 21, 2013

BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about an employee’s appearance and the potential legal and employee relations concerns Human Resources and In-House Counsel confront in dealing with these issues.