The right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental American value that many employees wish to exercise at their workplace.
Is your organization’s website accessible to persons with disabilities? If not, you may be putting your organization at risk.
What should a business owner do if he or she gets a negative online review? This post will discuss how to respond. Remaining level-headed and courteous can turn a negative review into a positive for your business.
It’s been a year since the #metoo movement started and the EEOC says claims of sexual harassment are up. The EEOC is updating its guidance on sexual harassment for the first time in 20 years.
Terminating employees is part of business management. There is a right way to do this and a way that opens your business up to legal risk. This post discusses how employers can terminate employees while protecting their business.
Many businesses allow their employees to “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) for work purposes. There are upsides and concerns in BYOD. Employers should carefully develop a BYOD policy to protect their business.
Being sued can be the “worst nightmare” situation for a business. This post discusses practical ways to respond to threats of a lawsuit.
This post discusses some of the top highlights from the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2017 term involving business issues: arbitration of employment disputes, sales tax for online sales; and whistleblower claims.
How will the laws passed during the 2018 Colorado Legislative Session impact your business? Learn more about the laws that may be of interest to Colorado employers in this overview.
This post highlights what has happened with the FLSA Overtime Rule since the court stopped the DOL from implementing the rule back in November 2016.