SUPREME COURT ISSUES STRICT RULES ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT — When is an employer liable for sexual harassment committed by its supervisors?

The employer may be liable unless it can prove that:(1) It acted reasonably to prevent and promptly correct the harassment; and, (2) The plaintiff-employee did not take reasonable steps to prevent or stop the harassment. How do these legal decisions affect my business? My company has already instituted a policy. […]

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When making hiring decisions, employers routinely face risks arising under federal and state employment laws.

When can I use a medical exam in the hiring process? The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. The ADA, which applies to businesses with 15 or more employees, provides strict rules relating to the use of pre-employment medical exams. […]

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Union Access To Your Business??? If things are already crazy corporations now have to use caution if you allow employees or outsiders to sell crafts and/or goodies at the office.

  Union Access To Your Business??? If things are already crazy corporations now have to use caution if you allow employees or outsiders to sell crafts and/or goodies at the office. It is common practice for businesses to permit annual craft fairs, bake sales or product vending by employees, families […]

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