On June 10, a bill (A2818) was introduced in the Assembly which would require employers to pay an employee serving on jury duty. Employers would be required to pay an employee his or her usual compensation less the per diem juror fee for each day of service. The employee must provide his or her employer with notice by the sheriff or other court officer showing the dates of service and juror fees paid. The bill amends the existing law that prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for serving on a jury.
Kent Layden is a principal at Second Wind Consulting, LLC. In his more than 30 years of practice, he has conducted over 300 organizational development projects for corporations, governments, and non-profits to improve efficiency, energy, teamwork and communication. Recently, he shared some of his ideas with me. JATHAN JANOVE: If an…..
In parts one and two of this series summarizing data protection law in the United Kingdom, we looked at the data protection principles to which employers must adhere in relation to obtaining, holding, or disposing of personal data, including sending it outside the European Union (EU). In this final part of…..
On July 1, 2020, Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed Senate Bill (SB) 591, which modifies various provisions relating to civil actions. Notably, for Missouri employers, the bill modifies and restricts the way punitive damages are considered in lawsuits brought by current or former employees who allege intentional harm by an agent of the employer (e.g., a manager, supervisor, or HR professional).