The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed a new rule for determining whether a worker is an employee or a contractor. This article discusses the new rule and its importance for businesses.
Part two of this article discusses when volunteers get hurt and/or hurt others, and how non-profit organizations can manage risk and avoid liability.
Employers in Colorado should be aware of new changes to Colorado’s anti-discrimination laws. This article discusses these reforms and their implications for Colorado employers.
Since remote worker expense reimbursements are currently being challenged in several lawsuits, here are points that other employers should know.
Part one of this article discusses some legal issues associated with using volunteers, and how non-profit organizations can manage risk and avoid liability.
What women should know about Federal protections when they are pregnant, have given birth, or are simply planning to become mothers.
An important new piece of legislation changes how Colorado employers are required to interact with their employees at separation. Here’s what employers should know.
"Barriers and Gaps in Employment History and Tips for Employers to Diversify Their Workforce" Added to Resources
Employers can diversify their workforce and get new talent by overcoming hiring biases and obstacles like gaps in employment history caused by particular life situations.
Enforcement of arbitration agreements can sometimes be tricky, especially with new federal laws in place limiting when an employer can use them. This article takes you back to the basics and asks: when can an arbitration agreement be enforced?
Determining how to classify your workers can be tricky, especially after several states have raised their minimum wage requirements. Ensure compliance, not a lawsuit.