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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – Improper Extension of Benefits after Termination of Employment

You’ve always treated your employees fairly, even when the relationship doesn’t work out and you have to let the employee go or when you’ve had to terminate employees due to downsizing. Often, you agree to continue the employee’s benefits for a few months during a severance period. You know how important it is to have … Continue Reading

TOP SECRET Takeaways from our 25th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar

Our 25th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar is a wrap. Wow, 25 years goes by in the blink of an eye! Each year, our seminar continues to grow. Thank you to the attendees who have been with us from the beginning and the newcomers who attended for their first time this year.  With over 400 attendees from more than 200 employers, our 25th … Continue Reading

An EGGcellent Employee Benefit or a Degrading Message?

Surveys are conducted periodically to compile lists of “best employee benefits.” Those lists have included items such as: free lunch (yes, there is such a thing for some lucky employees); fully-paid insurance premiums; gym membership and fitness classes; flexible schedules, including 4-day workweeks; telecommuting options; transportation subsidies; paid maternity and paternity leave; unlimited vacation (my … Continue Reading
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