Yesterday, we began our list of the top 10 employee handbook drafting pitfalls to avoid, courtesy of the law firm of Lehr Middlebrooks & Vreeland, PC. Today, the remainder of the list — plus a ready-to-roll solution to all of your handbook drafting hassles.
In yesterday’s CED, attorney Stephen R. Woods summarized two key cases relating to technology policies. Today, his tips — and a product that makes quick work of all the policies you need.
Yesterday, we looked at some of the risks involved in employing temporary employees. Today, we’ll explain a few more, and we’ll tell you how you can attend a webinar next week to clear up the confusion—absolutely free.
Contingent employees can pick up the slack when business gets busy, but structure the relationship carefully—or their liabilities may linger long after they’re gone.
One of the key areas of concern for employers in the wage/hour arena is the misclassification of employees, says Marc Jacuzzi, Esq. of Simpson, Garrity, Innes and Jacuzzi, PC, in South San Francisco.
Wage-and-hour rules have been around for nearly three-quarters of a century—ever since FDR’s New Deal—so it’s hard to picture them triggering the next wave of employment litigation, but attorney Marc Jacuzzi, Esq. thinks otherwise.