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Whether it’s an employee complaining of a hostile work environment, unwanted sexual advances by a co-worker, bullying in the workplace, or any other type of harassing behavior, ignoring such employee claims can be costly for employers. Harassment complaints that are not investigated, documented or handled correctly can lead to on-the-job performance issues or — even worse — lawsuits.
Ever feel the health plan renewal process is holding you hostage? Does it seem like the insurance companies and brokers have all the control over what your plan will look like, what options you have, and how your pricing will be affected?
During this one-hour webinar, attorneys Bill Freudenrich and Charlie Plumb are joined by guest speaker Todd Neaves to discuss how employers can implement a simple, enforceable workplace wellness program that is affordable and adeptly navigates the regulatory minefield that can get employers in trouble.
The number of wage and hour laws affecting employers is staggering, and with the Department of Labor stepping up its investigation and enforcement efforts, staying in compliance is critical to avoiding liability, including financial penalties and possible litigation. As the definition of “work” has evolved over the years, gone are the days
The U.S. Department of Labor’s fee disclosure regulations which take effect in 2012 under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) significantly impacts both retirement plan sponsors and service providers. Sponsors of retirement plans will be subject to an extensive set of changes which will require them to be substantially more proactive and diligent in [...]
Have your employee handbooks been collecting dust for years? Or have they been only partially ignored amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the workplace? Given the recent changes in Oklahoma employment law, federal agency regulations and interpretations, and ramped-up enforcement activities by state and federal
While issues dealing with immigration, healthcare and gun rights grabbed most of the headlines this legislative session, those weren’t the only bills making their way through the Oklahoma House and Senate that could affect the workplace.