Virginia Employer Law
Same-Sex Training Policy Results in Millions in Liability?
Posted on June 8, 2016READ MORE
Could Drinking a Beer Constitute a Legitimate Use of FMLA Leave?
Posted on June 1, 2016
Posted in Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)the situation You have an employee who has requested intermittent FMLA leave because of some mental health conditions, including depression and anxiety. One morning, the employee tells his supervisor that he needs to use some of this leave because he is experiencing severe stress and anxiety. Another employee reports to you that as the employee […] READ MORE
Discriminatory Strength Test Can Cost Millions?
Posted on May 25, 2016
Posted in Discrimination Lawthe situation In an effort to minimize the chance of work-related injuries, you have applicants for physically demanding positions undergo a strength and agility test. Your workforce ends up being significantly male. Should you be concerned about being hit with claims of discrimination? READ MORE
In Case You Haven’t Already Heard…The New Overtime Rule is Here
Posted on May 18, 2016READ MORE
Can You Discriminate By Making an Employee Do Less For the Same Money?
Posted on May 11, 2016READ MORE
Training Time—Compensable or Not?
Posted on May 4, 2016READ MORE
Keeping Your Story Straight—The Importance of Consistency to Avoid FMLA Interference Liability
Posted on April 27, 2016READ MORE
Fired for F-Bombs?
Posted on April 20, 2016READ MORE
Routine Deletion of Video Records Could Cost You
Posted on April 13, 2016READ MORE
Title VII Liability for Racist Remarks of a Non Decisionmaker?
Posted on April 6, 2016READ MORE