Tag Archives: Compliance

Paid Family Leave: Is Your Company Aware of the Latest Ordinances?

Paid Family Leave
Family values and putting Americans back to work were common refrains during the last political cycle. President Trump spoke about child care and family leave in his January joint address to Congress and Ivanka Trump has met with lawmakers to advance her ideas on the subject. However, given  today’s political climate federal legislation would be … Continue reading this entry

Strategies for EEO Compliance: Focus on Leadership, Not Compliance

EEO Compliance
We observed last year that the legal industry is no more immune to the holdovers of sexism than any other profession. As we noted, in a step toward stemming this problem, the American Bar Association has passed a new model rule for attorney professional conduct, treating discriminatory actions by attorneys as ethical misconduct.  Rule changes, … Continue reading this entry

DHS To Issue New I-9 Form After Recently Increasing Penalties For I-9 Violations

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Just when employers were becoming more comfortable with the complex and lengthy Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification that was issued in 2013, the federal government has decided to turn up the heat. First, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Department of Justice recently increased the penalties for I-9 violations. Second, DHS has announced that … Continue reading this entry

Employment Law Compliance Is Just the Beginning

Complying with the law is only the starting point when making sound and legally defensible employment decisions, such as discipline, terminations, denying accommodations, and so forth. Have you ever heard of a company that made an employment decision that technically complied with the law, but were still sued by an employee or settled a lawsuit? … Continue reading this entry