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By Shiva Karimi
Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), employers are required to verify the employment eligibility and identity of new employees by reviewing documents...
By Charla Bizios Stevens, Adam Hamel
Judge Amos Mazzant of the U.S. District Court in Sherman, Texas issued an order granting an injunction which will at least delay and possibly derail the changes to the overtime rules...
By Alexandra Geiger
Q. One of my employees (John) just told me that he is ill and needs to take a medical leave so he can receive treatment. Do I have to approve the medical leave? If so, do I have to pay him...
By Rachel Adams Ladeau
On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas issued a permanent nationwide injunction striking down the DOL's efforts to...
By Charla Bizios Stevens
Words spoken yesterday morning by Fox News personality Megyn Kelly during an interview by George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America.
By Jennifer Parent
In October, the EEOC unveiled its four year Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP). The SEP provides employers insight into areas the EEOC plans to focus on in the coming years.
By Adam Hamel
While inauguration day is still several weeks away, employers are already wondering what is in store for them when Donald Trump takes office as the forty-fifth president.
By Adam Hamel
Yesterday, with the approval of Question 4 by a 53.6% to 46.4% vote, Massachusetts joined a growing number of states that have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes.
By Andrea Daly
A subpoena is a formal document that orders the named individual to appear at a specified location and time to produce documents and/or provide testimony.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
I worked as a licensed nursing assistant for a New Hampshire company for about two years. In late September I told my HR department contact that I would be leaving to return to school full time to complete a nursing degree.
By Andrew Hamilton
On August 1, 2016, Governor Charlie Baker signed into law a bill that significantly revamps Massachusetts Equal Pay Law.
By Nicholas Casolaro
With an unprecedented election cycle, candidates at all levels are debating issues on a weekly basis, leaked or hacked information about candidates is being released seemingly every hour...
By Jennifer Parent
In July, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission publicized a revised proposal that would require employers to expand their reporting of data through the Employer Information Report (EEO-1).
By Jeremy Walker
I have a significant dispute with a former employee, and efforts to resolve the dispute have failed. If I seek relief through litigation, should I bring my lawsuit in federal or state court?
By Charla Bizios Stevens
If your employees ask for time off to care for a family member, you may want to think twice before saying no or giving them a hard time without a good reason.
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