The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is speaking up because retaliation claims are on the rise. On January 21, 2016 – for the first time in 18 years – the EEOC announced proposed changes to its enforcement guidance concerning workplace retaliation claims....read more
The New Year has come and gone and like well-intentioned gym memberships, gift-related credit card bills and too many glasses of eggnog at holiday parties, the following items will haunt Philadelphia employers well into the New Year unless you take action! Action Item...read more
A rite of passage for any cashier is mastering the plastic bag trick to get a few more swipes out of that worn out magnetic strip on a credit card. Perhaps for the best, this practice will soon be coming to an end as magnetic strips on credit cards are being replaced...read more
As you may know, on June 30, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a new proposal regarding minimum wage and overtime requirements for professional “white collar” employees. Drafted in response to a March 13, 2014 memorandum from...read more
Imagine this: It’s 6am and you are headed to the airport to catch a flight for an important business meeting when your cell phone rings. When you answer, you are not prepared for what you hear: it’s your company’s security office calling to say that...read more
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