For employers with both unionized and non-unionized employees, determining a strategy for working conditions—i.e., whether to provide the same terms and conditions of employment to unionized and non-unionized employees—can be a challenge. In this episode of the Third Thursdays podcast, Ruthie Goodboe discusses tips and considerations for setting working conditions and for communicating these conditions to employees.
Any employer doing business with the federal government should be aware of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and the various laws administered by this agency. In this podcast, Columbia shareholder Leigh Nason discusses OFCCP basics, including how a company can determine if it is a federal contractor and, if so, the three primary laws that apply.
In this episode, Ron Chapman and Frank Davis cover some of the most common OSHA citations issued to manufacturers, from hazard communications to respiratory protection, and more. They will also discuss best practices for spotting potential issues and avoiding these citations.
Join hosts Bud Bobber and Keith Kopplin for the second podcast in their series on important wage and hour topics for manufacturing industry employers. This podcast covers the important topic of overtime pay, including who is eligible for overtime, when it is owed, and how overtime pay is calculated.