Monthly Archives: May 2014

IRS Says It Will Penalize Employers Dumping Employees into Obamacare

Before the ink on the Affordable Care Act was dry, prudent employers were analyzing the law to identify ways to save money and avoid many of the punitive aspects of the law. One question which has repeatedly been asked of

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Posted in Federal Government, Healthcare Reform, Labor & Employment, Wage and Hour

NLRB Cracking Down on No-Taping Policies

It is well-established that the NLRB has been aggressively litigating cases involving social media policies and employees terminated for making disparaging comments online. Recently, however, the NLRB has expanded its reach even further into employee handbooks and have staked out

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Posted in Labor & Employment

Can an Employee Accept a Severance Payment and Still File a Discrimination Claim?

According to the EEOC, the answer to that question is not only “Yes,” but that any severance agreement which limits the employee’s right to file a charge of discrimination is unenforceable and illegal. This week, the EEOC filed suit against

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Posted in Labor & Employment, Uncategorized, Wage and Hour
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