Vol. 13 No. 11, November 2018
- Bill to limit noncompetes considered in Harrisburg.
- Bottom-up hiring could perpetuate pay bias.
- DOJ argues in favor of transgender discrimination.
- Fired employee sues? Consider counter-claim.
- Minor workplace changes aren't enough to justify lawsuit alleging bias or retaliation.
- Document time of performance problems in case employee registers bogus complaints.
- Merely offering severance package doesn't constitute admission of employer wrongdoing.
- Per diem payments aren't wages for overtime purposes.
- Punishment for ending affair creates liability.
- Discipline and discharge: 2 don'ts and 2 do's to lessen legal liability.
- DOL plans to issue new OT rules in March 2019.
- DOL to issue rule on joint employment in December.
- Fifth EEOC complaint filed against Bryn Mawr Trust.
- Film crew: Mob flick maker stiffed us for $200K.
- How to legally limit recording devices in the workplace.
- Even after a disaster, employers must comply with the FLSA.
- The Mailbag.