Category Archives: Labor Relations

Nov 9, 2016  |   By Amy Thomson →

Capturing Pay Data: Are You Ready for the New EEO-1 Reporting Requirements?

For employers who are required to file an annual EEO-1 report, beginning in March 2018, the EEOC will also require those employers to report various types of pay data on their employees. The new rule changes the scope of the data that must be reported, the timing of the data collection, and the reporting deadline. Who is Affected? Private employers with 100 or more employees     Continue reading

Posted in Best HR Practices, Document Retention, Fair Labor Standards Act, Featured, General Business, Hiring and On-boarding, Labor Relations, Wage Payment, Worker Classification   |  

Aug 5, 2016  |   By Todd Stanton →

Stanton Law Radio Time!

Manori de Silva is taking on the International Sector at Stanton Law. Qualified as an attorney in England (solicitor) and the United States, she uses her understanding of cultural differences to help European companies to do business in the United States. She also helps American companies navigate the complex web of worker protections in Europe. Click here to check out Todd and Manori on air with Atlanta’s Business Radio!         Continue reading

Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act, Featured, General Business, Hiring and On-boarding, Immigration, Labor Relations, Respectful Workplace, Uncategorized, Wage Payment   |  

Jul 8, 2016  |   By Jay Musselwhite →

Transgender Employees in the Workplace: Beyond the Public Restroom Debate

Transgender issues are in the news as of late, most notably surrounding transgender individuals and the use of public restrooms. What would you, as an employer, do if an issue involving a transgender employee were to arise in your workplace? What happens if a transgender employee wants to use the restroom of her choice and another employee objects? Or how will you apply a dress     Continue reading

Posted in Discrimination, Fair Labor Standards Act, Featured, Hiring and On-boarding, Labor Relations, Respectful Workplace   |  

May 18, 2015  |   By Elizabeth Sigler →

Update: What Recent NLRB Activity Means for Employee Handbooks and Policies

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has recently released decisions and guidance with potentially significant implications for employee handbooks. These new developments are of mixed weight, and some we expect may eventually be more critical to incorporate than others. Regular review of your handbook by an employment attorney helps ensure that your company is up to date on these and other legal changes. This update     Continue reading

Posted in Best HR Practices, Featured, Labor Relations, Respectful Workplace, Social Media, Uncategorized   |  

Nov 5, 2014  |   By Elizabeth Sigler →

Addressing Ebola in the Workplace: Fears and Facts

Ebola is on the minds of many in recent months, so it is perhaps unsurprising that HR managers have been bombarded with questions about how their companies will respond. OSHA and the CDC have released guidelines for specific high-risk sectors primarily aimed at disease prevention and control, but little guidance exists for workplaces where the risks are less direct. Below is an overview of major     Continue reading

Posted in Americans with Disabilities Act, Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Featured, GINA, Labor Relations   |  

Jan 10, 2012  |   By Todd Stanton →

The NLRB Delays the Posting Requirement (Again)

On December 23, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) again postponed implementing its requirement that employers expressly notify employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”).  Unless there are further delays (which is quite possible given the several challenges to the rule), the posting requirement will now go into effect on April 30, 2012. If the rule goes into effect, employers     Continue reading

Posted in Best HR Practices, Featured, Labor Relations, Posting Requirements   |