Employment Law Blog

Are You Opening Yourself to a Lawsuit in How You Discipline Employees?

By Lida Bannink | Employment Law Attorney

A common pitfall of employers is to narrowly think of discipline as a tool to punish an employee for inappropriate conduct or deficient…

Is My Non-Competition Agreement Valid?

Lida Bannink | Employment Law Attorney

A non-competition agreement is an agreement that employers use to limit their employee’s behavior after the employee leaves their company.…

The Limits of Free Speech in Employment

By Lida Bannink | Employment Law Attorney

Free Speech is a fundamental concept of our modern society. The First Amendment states that “Congress shall make no law… abridging the…

DOL Issues Guidance On Classification of Independent Contractors

The guidance specifically relates to determining who is an employee under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Supreme Court Focuses on Motive in Religious Discrimination Under Title VII

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that an employer does not need actual knowledge of a job applicant’s need for a religious accommodation to discriminate against that job applicant under Title VII.

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