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Tag: Employment Law

July 21, 2022

Do you own a business or manage any type of organization? If so, you know that in an ideal world, employees would never accuse you or your organization of such forms of misconduct as: Discrimination Sexual harassment Unfair pay Those are just a few examples of the types of issues employees may cite when filing […]

July 6, 2022

Developing various HR policies is a major responsibility for virtually all employers. Along with developing proper hiring policies, employers also need to develop policies outlining how workers will be disciplined when they commit infractions of work rules. Discipline gets a bad rap. Most supervisors dread it, and employees are offended at the thought. The reality […]

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 […]

January 7, 2021

When people think of counties and cities, they often think that there are large numbers of staff to handle day-to-day activities. The reality is that many municipalities throughout Pennsylvania are relatively small and have a bare-bones staff. Often, municipalities hire outside counsel to assist them with drafting contracts or helping with ordinances, addressing employment issues, […]

August 17, 2020

The current national conversation on race should be a reminder to clean up our own workplace.  It should cause us to have a keener ear about the conversations occurring in our offices, shops, warehouses, and worksites.   It should cause us to review our policies and look at the last time the workforce was trained on […]

July 28, 2020

In a 6-3 decision of the United States Supreme Court, the majority held that firing an employee for being gay or transgender violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The opinion begins “sometimes small gestures can have unexpected consequences. Major initiatives practically guarantee them. In our time, few pieces of federal legislation […]