Vol. 49 Nbr. 3, March 2019
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- 'Prep work' is paid work: Compensate for pre-shift tasks.
- NLRB puts new limits on union rights of gig workers.
- No 'tough guys': Insist on medical restrictions.
- Remote staff: Legal risks lurk across state lines.
- Background checks: Sometimes, the less you find out, the better.
- Sexual harassment doesn't always have to focus on sexual activity.
- Find out if your website is accessible to the disabled; such lawsuits tripled in 2018.
- Have a no-fault attendance policy? Balance that 'hear no evil' approach with FMLA duty.
- Revoking an accommodation for no reason: a $22 mil error.
- Training video sparks race-bias claim: Prescreen the content.
- Unequal pay rates? Be ready to show a business motive.
- Defend against misclassification claim with job descriptions and ongoing notes.
- 4 key trends shaping HR law last year... ... and 3 trends to watch in 2019.
- EEO-1 reporting dates delayed until May.
- OSHA eases some accident-reporting requirements.
- Paid parental leave gains momentum in Congress.
- Supreme Court could address LGBT work bias.
- Spring cleaning: Know when you can toss those paper records.
- The HR I.Q. Test.
- Watch out for Social Security 'no-match' letters: How to respond.
- The Mailbag.