Tag Archives: Elections

Employees Behaving Badly III: Now What?

Ver la versión en español aquí This is the second time my post discusses Donald Trump, except now he is President-elect Donald Trump.  Much has been written in the week since his election regarding how his presidency may impact employers.  Overall, the consensus seems to be that established laws such as Title VII and the … Continue Reading

Florida Campaign Contribution Guidelines for Private Employers

Ver la versión en español aquí Tired of hearing about the election yet? Well, the race has just begun and the dash for cash will only intensify as candidates sprint toward the August 30 primary election. As an HR professional, it is important that you be familiar with Florida’s campaign contribution guidelines to ensure that … Continue Reading

Have an Election Season Free from Tax Penalties!

Ver la versión en español aquí It’s hard to turn on a TV, read the news, or walk into a social setting without hearing about the election. As we head into the full-blown campaign season, we want to remind you that federal tax law specifically prohibits political campaign activity by employers that are tax exempt … Continue Reading

Employees Behaving Badly II: Did He Really Say That?

Ver la versión en español aquí I am not a fan of reality TV. However, in this reality TV election season, it is hard to tear my eyes (and ears) away from the barbs being exchanged primarily between the Republican candidates. Whether you support him or not, you have to admit that Donald Trump says things … Continue Reading

It’s Unbelievable! – Bill Introduced into Congress Would Turn Labor Relations on its Head

Ver la versión en español aquí There has been a consistent and steady decrease in unionization across the Country over the past forty years.  Although many can argue as to the reasons for that, it is clear that organized labor intends to alter that trend by changing the rules of the game.  The most recent … Continue Reading

Unions’ Dream of “Quickie” Elections, Now a Reality

Ver la versión en español aquí I was on my high school track team.  My favorite race was the 100-yard dash.  I distinctly remember practicing how to spring quickly out of the starting line blocks when the gun fired.  The faster I jumped out of the blocks, the greater the odds of winning. This image came to mind when I met last week with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB”) for Region 12. Region 12 … Continue Reading

I Hear There is an Election Coming Up – Is There Anything I Should Be Concerned About?

If you have not watched television or driven on any road lately, you might be surprised to learn that there is a presidential election scheduled for Tuesday, November 6.  Well maybe not.  This blog focuses on issues that employers should consider during the next few weeks. Florida law does not require employers to give employees … Continue Reading

Microbreweries Are Good; Micro-Bargaining Units Aren’t

I’m no beer aficionado but every now and then I enjoy a Purple Haze, an American-style wheat beer from a microbrewery just outside of New Orleans.  What employers will probably not enjoy is the National Labor Relations Board’s (“Board”) recent ruling, in Specialty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center of Mobile, making it easier for unions to … Continue Reading
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