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Unemployment Compensation: The Consequence of Failing to Respond to a Request for Separation Information

May 12, 2016 by Jill C. McQueen

It happens often: An employee departs a company and applies for unemployment benefits. A Request for Employer Separation Information later arrives from the Ohio Department of Job &...

Unpaid Intern or Employee? The Factors That Matter

May 12, 2016 by

As May draws to a close, employers may yet be looking for unpaid interns, eager to experience the real world, to join their summer ranks. In doing this, employers must be careful how they...

EEOC Proposed Changes to EEO-1 Report

Mar 19, 2016 by Jill C. McQueen

In February, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced proposed changes to its Employment Information Report, commonly known as an “EEO-1.”  The annual filing of an EEO-1 is...

Decision Paves Way for OSHA to Order Enterprise-Wide Abatement

Mar 19, 2016 by

When an employer is found to be in violation of an OSHA standard, it will be required to engage in abatement measures to ensure that the violation is remedied.  In cases in which the cited...

The Loss of Justice Scalia and the Implications for Public Unions

Mar 19, 2016 by Robert J. McBride

Of the cases to be decided by the Supreme Court of the United States this term, one of the most anticipated has been Friedrich v. California Teachers Association.  The case was brought by...

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