WWYLD – 2/27/18 – Sexual Harassment Training

February 27, 2018 |

We’re excited to tell you about a new development here on the Foley & Foley blog.  Each week, we’ll be posting a “What Would Your Lawyer Do” article that will present our thoughts on an interesting employment law question.  It may be an answer to a question that arises in your world all the time.  […]

Intermittent FMLA – You Are Not Alone

February 23, 2018 |

We work with HR departments all over the country, answering compliance questions everyday. Over time, we have come to recognize patterns and issues that seem to plague HR universally.  One frequently raised issue: The incredibly painful intermittent FMLA. The DOL defines intermittent FMLA as leave taken in separate blocks of time for a single qualifying […]

Is Your Organization Prepared for the New Pay Equity Law?

February 14, 2018 |

Pay equity laws are not new. Federal law has prohibited pay discrimination for decades. However, current media attention to sex-based discrimination, including sexual harassment and pay inequities, has placed these issues in the spotlight. This focus creates new challenges—and opportunities—for compliance-minded employers to face this issue head-on, rather than waiting to defend a claim. Pay […]

Time to Think About Interns

February 7, 2018 |

As second semester begins, many undergraduates are considering their summer employment options, and many are looking for internships.  In the past, this has been an area fraught with risk for unwary employers, particularly in labor friendly states like California and Massachusetts.  The DOL is making a new push for the use of unpaid interns in […]

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