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Mar

2019

Limitation of Actions Clause Can Fail if Not Done Correctly

Author: Michael Burns

Several weeks ago we wrote about how a limitation of actions agreement/clause can effectively restrict state wrongful employment actions to a much shorter period of time – normally 180 days....

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Mar

2019

More Information on the Proposed Regulation on Exemption Salary Level Test Released

Author: Michael Burns

As reported last week in an ASE breaking news update, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released its long-anticipated changes to its white-collar exemption regulations. The big change was a...
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News & Articles

19

Mar

2019

Workplace Flexibility on the Rise

Author: Jason Rowe

Michigan employers see value in providing their employees flexible work arrangements, with two-thirds offering some form of the benefit. Over half of employers market their flexibility arrangements as an employee benefit to attract new...

19

Mar

2019

Failure to Stop Workplace Rumor About Employee “Sleeping Way to Top” Can Create Sex Discrimination Liability

Author: Kristen Cifolelli

Gossip is a natural part of human behavior and an inevitable temptation in every workplace.  Evolutionary scientists believe that gossip among early humans was a way to communicate social norms and keep bad behavior in check. ...

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