Don’t Terminate an Employee for Participating in an OSHA Inspection (Unless You Can Spare $1 Million)EHS
A Pennsylvania employer was ordered to pay $1.04 million to two former employees who were unlawfully terminated for participating in an OSHA inspection.
Think carefully before you take action against an employee for speaking up about workplace health and safety concerns.
There are important distinctions between furloughed and laid-off employees, and legal considerations for asking either to return to work post-COVID outbreak.
Not all employee mistakes are equal. Do you know the difference between a performance issue and a conduct issue? Find out by taking this Pop Quiz.
A wrongful termination claim sounds like an “ouch.” But how bad is it, really? Not great, as it turns out. Win or lose, here’s what you can expect to pay.
An auto dealer is facing a wrongful termination lawsuit for allegedly firing an employee after she mentioned the possibility of filing a workers’ comp claim.
An employee isn’t working out and you need to terminate him/her. What should you say? What shouldn’t you say? We have some tips and talking points.
We’re looking at best practices—and issues to look out for—related to discipline and termination, starting with wrongful termination and EEOC retaliation claims.
Q: One of our managers, who is over 65, hasn’t been performing well. In the most recent incident, he gave away services to a family member for free. This violates our policy, but is it enough to justify terminating his employment? We have supporting documentation, but we’re worried about age discrimination. A: The most important thing you can do […]