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Do Your Employees Have A Right to Their Personnel Files?

Mar 19, 2016 by Jill C. McQueen

Absent a collective bargaining agreement, the right of individuals who work for private companies to view the contents of their personnel file is governed by state law.  In Ohio, much of...

Adult Snow Days? Should They Be a “Thing”?

Feb 15, 2016 by

I began this article this morning as I woke to the sound of plow trucks clearing the roads. I wondered, “Just how bad do roads have to be to work from home versus making the treacherous...

Ohio Legislators Fight for Employer’s Rights

Feb 10, 2016 by Robert J. McBride

Saving more and spending less was the 5th most popular New Year’s resolution in 2016 according to ABC News. It seems our Ohio State legislators may have resolved to reduce their debt and...

Employer’s Mandatory Wellness Plan Falls within ADA Safe Harbor

Feb 09, 2016 by

In 2012, Flambeau, Inc., a plastics manufacturer in Wisconsin, instituted a requirement that employees who wanted to participate in the company’s health insurance plan had to complete...

What Does “At-Will” Employment Mean for Ohio Employers?

Jan 25, 2016 by

“Isn’t Ohio an at-will state?” “That means I can fire anybody for any reason, right?” Not so fast. Black’s Law Dictionary defines employment at will simply as that “undertaken without a...

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