When a discrimination or harassment claim is filed at your business, having established policies and procedures in place is critical.
Blog: Employment Law
Michigan Employers: Don’t Panic When Faced With a Discrimination or Harassment Claim
Employer Assistance for Out-of-State Medical Procedures That Could Be Used for Abortion Services: Do Companies Expose Themselves to Civil or Criminal Liability?
With Roe v. Wade now overturned, do employers that provide travel stipends or reimbursement for out-of-state medical procedures face civil or criminal liability when used for abortion services?
Proliferation of Pay Transparency Means Employers Need to Put Their Salary Cards on the Table in Job Postings
A growing number of states require job postings to include salary and wage information.
Executive Compensation 101: Trends, Types, and Tips
As companies struggle to attract and retain top talent, executive compensation packages have taken center stage in the workforce management discussion.
Employers Have New Obligations Regarding Pregnant and Breastfeeding Employees Under Recently Passed Federal Legislation
Two recently passed pieces of federal legislation impose new obligations on employers regarding pregnant or breastfeeding employees.
Appellate Court Stops Earned Sick Time Act From Becoming Effective, Sparing Michigan Employers From Additional Burdens
In a significant development for Michigan employers, a January 26, 2023 appellate court decision prevented changes to Michigan’s paid sick leave and minimum wage laws from taking effect.