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Sexual Harassment and Your Company: What Should You Be Doing?

“Businesses Cutting Out Holiday Parties for Fear of Sexual Harassment.” ABC News. “Lawmakers Under Escalating Pressure to Reveal Sexual Harassment Settlements.” Democracy Now! “Here’s What Charlie Rose Said About Sexual Harassment Before He Was Fired For It.” CNN...

Time to Review Your Employment Handbook for 2017

As 2017 begins, it is a good time to consider reviewing and updating your Employment Handbook, making sure it is consistent with your current practices and with current employment laws. If you have a drug testing policy, a recently enacted OSHA rule may require it to...

Federal Court Blocks Overtime Rule

November 23, 2016 In a stunning decision, yesterday a federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide injunction blocking the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule. The DOL’s rule, which was set to go into effect on December 1, would have more than doubled the minimum...

Kansas Employment Law: Emergencies & Handgun Policies

April 7, 2016 Emergencies in the Workplace In light of the recent tragedies, you may be wondering what policies, if any, you should have in place to deal with not only workplace violence, but other types of emergencies such as those related to weather or a fire. We...