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8TH CIRCUIT: WAS SUSPENSION WITH BACK PAY AN ADVERSE EMPLOYMENT ACTION?

None | April 04, 2016

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The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals—which covers Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota—recently affirmed a district court's dismissal of a former employee's Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) discrimination claims because she failed to point to a materially adverse employment action that actually harmed her....

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10 BACK CARE TIPS FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES (INFOGRAPHIC)

None | April 01, 2016

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"A day spent driving to work, sitting at a computer, and then watching TV all evening, adds up to spending maybe 10 to 12 hours dominated by sitting, causing the back muscles to weaken. Most back pain, however, can be managed—alleviated or even banished altogether—by changing certain key habits and physical imbalances.”...

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DETERMINING FMLA ELIGIBILITY: THE 3-PRONG TEST

None | March 31, 2016

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In addition to the FMLA eligibility determination, eligibility for FMLA leave to care for covered family members has changed dramatically in the past year, as the definition of who is a family member has been altered by FMLA regulations, new court decisions, and changes in the family structure....

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SUPREME COURT ‘TIE’ MEANS NONUNION MEMBERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR MUST STILL PAY UNION FEES

None | March 30, 2016

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The challengers in Friedrichs argued that agency shop arrangements violate the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by requiring nonunion members to make payments that may subsidize political speech they disagree with.The tie illustrates the significance of the Supreme Court’s open seat. When the case was heard in January, Scalia’s comments led many to believe he would vote against unions in the matter....

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8TH CIRCUIT: WAS SUSPENSION WITH BACK PAY AN ADVERSE EMPLOYMENT ACTION?

None | April 04, 2016

The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals—which covers Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota—recently affirmed a district court's dismissal of a former employee's Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) discrimination claims because she failed to point to a materially adverse employment action that actually harmed her....

Read More
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10 BACK CARE TIPS FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES (INFOGRAPHIC)

None | April 01, 2016

"A day spent driving to work, sitting at a computer, and then watching TV all evening, adds up to spending maybe 10 to 12 hours dominated by sitting, causing the back muscles to weaken. Most back pain, however, can be managed—alleviated or even banished altogether—by changing certain key habits and physical imbalances.”...

Read More
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DETERMINING FMLA ELIGIBILITY: THE 3-PRONG TEST

None | March 31, 2016

In addition to the FMLA eligibility determination, eligibility for FMLA leave to care for covered family members has changed dramatically in the past year, as the definition of who is a family member has been altered by FMLA regulations, new court decisions, and changes in the family structure....

Read More
news image

SUPREME COURT ‘TIE’ MEANS NONUNION MEMBERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR MUST STILL PAY UNION FEES

None | March 30, 2016

The challengers in Friedrichs argued that agency shop arrangements violate the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by requiring nonunion members to make payments that may subsidize political speech they disagree with.The tie illustrates the significance of the Supreme Court’s open seat. When the case was heard in January, Scalia’s comments led many to believe he would vote against unions in the matter....

Read More