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Michael Arnold
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Can your spouse's jealousy of your relationship with your coworker lead to a discrimination claim?
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Big post on the New York Paid Family Leave Act up on the blog this morning. We take a comprehensive look at the law's mechanics to help employers comply with their obligations under this new law.
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And that's it folks. Our March Madness series has come to an end. We hope you enjoyed it and learned something new. Click below to access the whole series. Enjoy tonight's games and we hope to see you next week at Mintz's Third Annual Employment Law Summit.
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Our final March Madness post: recent changes in the law are requiring employers to take a hard look at their uniform requirements and dress codes.
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Two more March Madness posts to go. First up, employer should take note of a recent decision by an influential court of appeals about preventing employee from discussing their salaries and investigations in the workplace.
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A month of March Madness gluttony is coming to an end. We write about it's impact on your workforce here.
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Mintz Levin's Third Annual Employment Law Summit is just around the corner. One of our most anticipated segments will focus on dealing with the so-called difficult employee. Every workplace has them and every workplace therefore, has to deal with them.
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Here is a great post on what the failure to pass the AHCA means for employers. We will be discussing this issue, among many other important employment law issues, at our upcoming April 6 Employment Law Summit.
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Here is our latest March Madness post, which discussed the latest in workplace wearable technology. This is a topic that is now starting to get more attention on the court as well, as players are seeking ways to better monitor their performance during the game.
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Twelve more teams were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament this weekend; some in much more painful and emotional ways than others. Our next March Madness post looks at ways employers can minimize problems when they are facing an elimination scenario.
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