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Healthcare Employer Off the Hook In A Rubella Vaccine Case

While most of us rarely think about rubella – a largely forgotten disease that should have disappeared with the “MMR” vaccine – it was the focus of a recent Eighth Circuit decision this month. If you are asking yourself how this largely forgotten illness has anything...

What Duties Can A Server Perform Under the Tip Credit Rules?

Q. We use the tip credit for servers who work in our restaurant. When service is slow, we ask our servers to pitch in with other jobs around the restaurant, like sweeping up the dining room and cleaning the restroom. Can we still take the tip credit for time that our...

Performance evaluations are… coming to town?

“He’s making a list and checking it twice. He’s going to find out who’s naughty or nice… performance evaluations are…” Coming to town? Indeed. The end of year is not only holiday season, but also the time of year when a number of employers complete...

The DOs and DON’Ts of Written Warnings: What Employers Need to Know

Employers frequently use written warnings as part of their formal progressive discipline policies. How and when to use these warnings can sometimes be tricky. Below are answers to some frequently asked questions on written warnings and crafting compliant discipline...

Dear Santa

Dear Santa,We all got together and put together our wish-list for your visit.  We realize it’s been a fascinating year on the Labor & Employment front.  And we don’t want to seem greedy (and end up on the naughty list) in light of all the recent...