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Employment and Labor

What COVID-19 Can Teach Employers For Hurricane Season

Here in the U.S., we are no strangers to natural disasters that affect the workplace....

Back to Work? Not so Fast! First, Employers Should Look at Guidance

As states ease stay-at-home orders and once reluctant remote workers began to trickle back to...

Employment and Labor

Coronavirus Q&A: A Legal Resource Guide for Employers

Prepared by the Employment Practice Group as part of the RumbergerKirk COVID-19 Task Force Guidance...

Employment and Labor

Workplace Romance: Do You Have a Policy for That? If You Don’t, You Should

What can a restaurant do to encourage a collaborative, friendly working culture and protect itself...

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Employment and Labor

What Restaurants Can Learn From McDonald’s CEO Ouster

Workplace relationships are often an inevitability. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be prepared for....

Employment and Labor

The Right to Disconnect: Should There Be a Legal Limit on Email After Work?

By Linda Bond Edwards and Patrick Flemming, Chief Regulatory Officer of FBMC Benefits Management This...

Employment and Labor

Overwhelmed by the DOL’s OT Threshold Increase? Here’s What Employers Should Know

Originally published in the Daily Business Review, April 9, 2019 Earlier this month, the employer...

A Look Through the Looking Glass: The JNC and Judicial Nominating Process “Deconstructed”

Originally published in the The Florida Bar Journal, Volume 92, NO. 6 June 2018.  This...

Employment and Labor

What Happened?!? Five Reasons Why Your Sexual Harassment Training Isn't Working

Each day brings news about yet another sexual harassment claim against a high-profile and powerful...

Employment and Labor

Florida Employers: What if There’s a Bill O’Reilly in Your Workplace?

Just as some business and organization leaders thought that the culture of a diverse workplace...