Even as employers return to the workplace, some employees continue to have good faith concerns and personal obligations that interfere with their ability to return to work. In this podcast, John Merrell discusses the laws that can be implicated when an employer is ready to reopen but employees are reluctant to return to work, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, state and federal unemployment and state leave laws.
In this podcast, Tom Vasiljevich and Grace Ristuccia discuss withdrawal liability and the sale of assets exemption under ERISA § 4204. Tom and Grace explore why structuring an asset sale to comply with this exemption might serve the interests of not only the seller but also the buyer.
In the fifth episode of the Global Solutions series by Ogletree Deakins’ Cross-Border practice group, Dan Dauplaise and Ethan Isaac discuss the various implications for employers with global workforces that are working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, including government regulations on workplace safety and health, reimbursements, and equipment.
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.