OSHA clarifies permissibility of post-accident drug testing, safety incentive programs
For years, employers assumed they were entitled to drug-test employees after they were injured or were involved in a workplace
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Employers must still use caution when using independent contractors
A new opinion from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, Acosta v. Jani-King of Oklahoma, Inc., is a reminder that
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DOJ confirms websites are covered by ADA, but offers some flexibility to businesses in complying
Hundreds of recent lawsuits have claimed that companies must have websites that are accessible to disabled individuals. The idea is
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What exactly is ‘de minimis’? How to address off-the-clock work in light of modern technologies
Smartphones have changed the employment landscape. Non-exempt employees can communicate via text or email any time of day or night,
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Immediate action required for all employers using background checks
On September 12, 2018, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued an interim final rule updating two model disclosure forms
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NLRB memo offers clarity, good news for employer‑issued policies
For employers, the National Labor Relations Board’s rules for interpreting employer policies have been among the most difficult to navigate
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Employers: Use caution when dealing with prescription drug users
Employers often have policies that require applicants or employees to disclose the lawful use of prescription drugs that could impair
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The dangers of ‘100% healed’ and ‘no restrictions’ policies
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with a disability, unless
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Proposed revisions to medical marijuana regulations released
At the suggestion of the state’s attorney general, the Oklahoma Board of Health went back to the drawing board to
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An employer’s duty to initiate the ‘interactive process’ without a request for accommodation from the employee
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities unless doing so would
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