The Second Circuit recently held that plaintiffs bringing disability discrimination claims must meet the higher but-for causation standard, rather than a mixed-motives standard.
On January 24, 2019, the DOL’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a final rule that eliminated previous employer reporting requirements to safeguard worker privacy and promote administrative efficiency.
In a recent victory for employers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed a lower court’s order quashing an administrative warrant for the inspection of a poultry processing plant.
Hurricane Florence had us thinking – what obligations do employers have when natural disaster strikes? What rights do employees have? Here is a roundup of some important considerations.
The Fifth Circuit upheld the National Labor Relations Board’s decision against In-N-Out, which found the company’s rule prohibiting employees from wearing any type of pin or stickers on their uniforms unlawful.
Employers who are unable to show that they have a safety program in place not only place their employees at risk, but also place themselves at risk of incurring monetary penalties. Here are the top five risks that retail employers face.