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Kiwis Will Have the Protection of Paid Domestic Violence Leave. What About Floridians?

Ver la versión en español aquí In April 2019, New Zealand employers will be required to provide victims of domestic violence 10 days of paid leave. The purpose of the paid leave is to allow domestic violence victims to relocate, seek legal help, and address their trauma without fear of losing their income. In Florida, … Continue Reading

The NFL’s Off-The-Field Woes Prompt Refresher on Employees’ Domestic Leave Rights

Ver la versión en español aquí The NFL season is underway, but the sound of fan euphoria has been drowned out by daily reports of reprehensible off-the-field conduct, including domestic violence. Unfortunately, it frequently takes a high-profile incident (or in this case, a series of incidents) to bring important societal issues to the forefront. In … Continue Reading

NLRB Judge Nixes Part of Hospital’s Code of Conduct

A National Labor Relations Board  (NLRB) administrative law judge recently found two code of conduct rules that prohibited comments exceeding “the bounds of fair criticism” and behavior that  “is counter to promoting teamwork” violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).   Click here for copy of the case.  The case arose after the William Beaumont  Hospital terminated … Continue Reading

NLRB’s Acting General Counsel Provides Do’s and Don’ts for Social Media Policies

The National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Lafe E. Solomon issued his third report on employees’ social media use on May 30.  We previously blogged about the first report (see NLRB Issues Guidance on Social Media Policies) and several other NLRB cases involving social media. This recent report focuses on the lawfulness of several … Continue Reading

Violence or the Threat of Violence in the Workplace, Whether by an Employee or Outsider, May Trigger an OSHA Inspection

On September 8, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a Directive with general enforcement policies and procedures for field offices when conducting inspections relating to workplace violence.  The Directive focuses not only on the steps to be taken in response to an incident of workplace violence but the factors OSHA will consider when … Continue Reading
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