All Items: HR Management

  • New Rules Expected for Chain Stores in San Francisco: Employment Manual Updated

    03 December 2014

    Eleven sections of the Employment Law Manual have been updated to reflect the recent passage of two new ordinances in San Francisco that, once signed by the city's mayor, would establish significant new rules for chain stores.

  • New Jersey Notice Requirements: New Quick Reference Chart Added

    03 December 2014

    This new chart contains information regarding state-specific notice requirements, including helpful links to the relevant notices in the Policies and Documents Tool.

  • Holiday Parties

    27 October 2014

    As the year draws to a close, employers across the country begin gearing up for their annual holiday party. This celebratory event typically serves as a way for employers to thank employees for their dedication and hard work. However, too many things can go wrong at the party that instead leave employees feeling demotivated and, under some circumstances, litigious.

  • San Diego Minimum Wage, Sick Leave Ordinance Repealed: Employment Law Manual Updated

    22 October 2014

    The Minimum Wage, FMLA, Other Leaves and Employee Communications sections of the Employment Law Manual have been updated after the San Diego City Council repealed its new minimum wage and paid sick leave ordinance.

  • Posting Requirements Added in Several States: Various Tools Updated

    30 September 2014

    Posting requirements vary by statute and by the states and municipalities where an employer does business. As a result of the last legislative session, a number of additional workplace postings will be necessary for employers operating in certain states to remain compliant.

  • Financial Services Industry Legal Insight Updated

    18 September 2014

    Information about Section 956 of the Dodd-Frank Act, the Volcker Rule, the Supreme Court's recent Sarbanes-Oxley Act decision, state criminal background and credit check legislation, post-employment health care benefits and COBRA has been added.

  • Massachusetts Passes Domestic Violence Leave Law: Employment Law Manual Updated

    22 August 2014

    A new Massachusetts leave law requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide as many as 15 days off in a 12-month period for reasons related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and kidnapping.

  • FAQs Addressing ACA Reporting Requirements on Terms and Conditions of Health Care Benefits Added

    25 July 2014

    These FAQs provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the Affordable Care Act's annual reporting requirements related to the terms and conditions of health care coverage provided to full-time employees under Internal Revenue Code Section 6056.

  • Podcast: The Rise of Robotics and What It Means for Employers

    22 July 2014

    Robots and artificial intelligence technologies may soon change the workplace at a pace not seen since the Industrial Revolution. This podcast features a conversation with one of the nation's leading employment attorneys, Garry Mathiason of Littler Mendelson, who discusses the many ways robotics may affect employers and HR professionals.

  • 11th Circuit Rules on Noncompete Agreements: Employment Law Manual Updated

    18 July 2014

    The ruling in Dawson v. Ameritox, Ltd, confirms Alabama law that an employer-employee relationship must exist at the time a noncompete agreement is executed.

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