On January 1, 2018, Michigan minimum wage will increase to $9.25 per hour.
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Employers are more and more often pushed into situations where an employee’s speech online negatively impacts an organization’s business.
Most employers understand the importance of having a diverse workforce and take positive steps to implement diversity initiatives in their training and recruitment programs.
When an employee takes an approved leave which is covered by the American’s with Disability Act (ADA), many times the employee will need additional time off.
There are the obvious signs we all see when someone is job hunting…they show up in a suit when it’s a casual dress code, they suddenly have numerous appointments, they call in sick more often, …
Some political activity may finally be taking shape on the employment and labor front.
Practicing a policy whereby an employee’s off duty behavior that is not illegal is none of the employer’s business is no longer prudent.
It’s always a question to employers as to what extent off duty actions can be held against an employee. Certain situations may be easier than others to assess, such as an employee arrested for a …
If Cyber Monday during the holidays isn’t bad enough with on-line shopping distracting employees and impacting productivity, now employers have to deal with the latest online shopping “holiday” mid-year with Amazon Prime Day.