I am pleased to share with you an article I recently wrote for Employee Benefit News on leaves of absence policies. To learn more about avoiding mistakes in administering your organization’s leaves of absence policy, join us for our October 2, 2014 Webinar: Top 10 Leave of Absence Policy Mistakes.
I am pleased to post a blog I wrote for SHRM’s We Know Next.
FMLA leave or an employee’s family vacation? Sometimes it is tough for an employer to tell.
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.
The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Discrimination (OSC) has been very busy in the last few weeks. While many employers and their employees have been enjoying traditional August vacations, the OSC has been conducting investigations, bringing suit and issuing advisory opinions on discrimination and compliance in the I-9 process.
BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about retaliation in the workplace and the potential perils to Human Resources in dealing with these issues.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie recently signed into the law the New Jersey Security and Financial Empowerment Act (NJ SAFE Act). The NJ SAFE Act, which will go into effect on October 1, 2013, requires both private and public employers with twenty-five (25) or more employees to provide twenty (20) days of unpaid leave to an employee who is the victim of domestic violence or a sexually violent offense.