In this episode, Jamie Dietz and Tina Ho discuss the current business immigration landscape, from recent guidance and policy memos to practical insights for employers on understanding and preparing for this constantly evolving area.
Recent cases and guidance from the National Labor Relations Board signal a shift in the standards for determining the legality of employer work rules. In this episode, Ruthie Goodboe from our Pittsburgh and Detroit (Metro) offices discusses the current state of the law and what all employers—unionized and non-unionized—need to know about employee handbook policies and practices.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) continues to present challenging questions for employers. In this episode, Keith Kopplin and Sarah Platt of our Milwaukee office walk through some of employers’ most frequently asked questions on the FMLA, from when employers can ask for a medical certification to how to handle suspected FMLA fraud.
In this podcast, Byrne Decker and Steven Silver cover need-to-know basics on the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), including when ERISA applies, common challenges for employers, and how ERISA claims are litigated. They also discuss issues that may come up for sports industry employers such as handling disability claims involving concussions.