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October 1, 2021

Employment law can change quickly. There may be an amendment to the current law or a recent court case ruling that could change how certain employment laws and regulations are interpreted. It is crucial for an employer to stay compliant and up to date with all laws regarding employment or else risk vulnerability to former […]

September 15, 2021

Maintaining employment law compliance requires a business to adapt quickly to changes on a federal and state level. A presidential change, especially involving a shift in political parties, is usually followed by many legislative proposals and repeals that will affect the labor and employment landscape. Add the uncertainty of an ongoing pandemic, and employers may […]

August 9, 2021

Social media is deeply ingrained in our business and personal culture, from sourcing social media for job applicants to create a cost-effective method of engagement. In the public sector, like school districts, law enforcement agencies, cities, there may be challenges to consider for social media compliance. Creating an internal/external social media policy could protect your […]

May 17, 2021

The question of gender, use of pronouns, and how to create a diversified and inclusive workplace is challenging. You can’t find employees? Maybe you’re not casting a wide enough net. Many employers are rewriting handbooks, company policies, and educating staff to promote inclusivity; others, have no idea where to start. N. Stotler Law wants to […]

April 8, 2021

The challenges of the pandemic will affect the rest of 2021. Last year, businesses sought to comply with evolving laws regarding a safe working environment, essential and non-essential employees, and how to manage a remote workforce. While the vaccine and lifting restrictions enable more workers to come back to the office, the after-effects of the […]

March 31, 2021

The US Department of Labor announced that a final rule clarifying standards for employees versus independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) became effective on March 8, 2021. If you have followed the news over the last few years, then you have undoubtedly noticed a continual battle between the classification of workers as […]