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Employment Law

Updated Department of Labor Model COBRA Notices

The DOL has updated these model notices to ensure that qualified beneficiaries have a better understanding of the interactions between Medicare and COBRA.

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#metoo Blog Post

Reflecting On Exposure And Coverage In The #METOO Era

As the press continues to extensively cover allegations of sexual misconduct by individuals in a position of authority or influence, the matter of workplace harassment is front and center at water coolers and dinner tables across the country.

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Coordinating FMLA, ADA and Workers Compensation – Recorded January 11th, 2018

Join us as we outline the turbulence and the penalty-infested waters of medical leave laws every employer needs to know about and try to avoid.

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OSHA’s final rule to ‘nudge’ employers to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses

Earlier this month, OSHA issued a final rule to modernize injury data collection to better inform workers, employers, the public, and OSHA about workplace hazards. The new federal requirements will take effect on August 10, 2016.

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Preparing for and Surviving a DOL Audit – Recording from May 4th, 2016

Are You Prepared for an Audit from the Department of Labor?

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Beware: New Department of Labor (DOL) Action Makes Using Independent Contractors Even Riskier

To all those using independent contractors: The Department of Labor (DOL) is no longer looking to just strengthen its own enforcement of employee classification rules, it’s now strengthening states’ enforcement efforts as well.

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