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OSHA: Wells Fargo Must Pay $5.4 Million to Terminated Whistleblower

Jun 06, 2017 by

Wells Fargo has been ordered to pay a former manager $5.4 million and to reinstate his employment after he was terminated in violation of whistleblower laws.  The whistleblower was a...

Unlawful Workplace Harassment Expands?

May 26, 2017 by Jill C. McQueen

Earlier this year, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a new “Enforcement Guidance” on harassment in the workplace. The document clarifies the EEOC’s...

Ohio Expands Right to Carry Concealed Guns on Employer Property

Jan 24, 2017 by Jill C. McQueen

              On December 19, 2016, Governor John Kasich signed into a law a measure that will expand the right to carry concealed firearms.  Among other things, Senate Bill 199 lifts the...

Department of Labor Overtime Regulations Put on Hold At the Eleventh

Nov 23, 2016 by

The Department of Labor’s new overtime regulations, scheduled to become effective December 1, 2016, has been halted by a nationwide injunction issued by Judge Amos Mazzant, United States...

NLRB Clears the Path to Bargaining Units Which Include Temporary Workers

Sep 06, 2016 by Jill C. McQueen

Temporary employees have become a common feature of many workplaces. This summer, the National Labor Relations Board departed from a long-standing standard, making it easier for temporary...


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