Labor & Employment
Companies may need to hire a tax attorney to determine if they're really a small business, as defined by the Affordable Care Act.
A hidden excise tax can sneak up on employees receiving reimbursements for relocating.
If your employee personnel files look like a scene from Home Alone—post-parental departure—then it may be time to clean up the mess.
The word "audit" scares people. But it shouldn't. Auditing a nonprofit's employment law compliance can end up saving money.
As more companies grow and expand beyond their startup location, the potential for employment law landmines increases exponentially.
Companies that receive federal contracts and break labor laws could face greater scrutiny from the U.S. government, if Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) gets his way.
Teasing a coworker may not be solid enough for a sexual harassment claim, but employers could be liable for "negligent infliction of emotional distress," according to an Idaho Supreme Court decision.
Alcoholism may be considered a disability, but that doesn?t mean employers have to put up with it.
A new bill introduced in the U.S. Senate would make it a freestanding violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act to misclassify an employee.
Coming to an agreement over a discrimination charge shouldn't be hard. There are tools out there that can ease the pain.
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