In this episode of Employment Law Problems, I discuss some of the basic elements that all employers should consider when responding to an EEOC charge. Many employers will never face a discrimination charge, but for those that do it can
Hi, I’m Brett Holubeck (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’m an attorney with Fisher & Phillips. I have a great interest in helping businesses run efficiently, ethically, and most importantly, legally—it excites me, challenges me, and gives my work great meaning. As the son of a small business owner, I have seen first-hand what it takes to run a strong business that ensures a safe and productive work place for employer and employee alike.
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Your Employee Handbook Rules are in Jeopardy From the National Labor Relations Board
The National Labor Relations Board is looking to make dramatic changes to employee handbooks. Here is the first paragraph in my latest article.
The National Labor Relations Board is actively looking to modify the legal standards that for the past…
Will Captive Audience Meetings Become Unlawful at the NLRB
In a recent post on the Fisher Phillips blog, I and my colleagues examine this issue.
Here is the first paragraph:
The NLRB’s top prosecutor just issued a memo which seeks to bar employers from convening employee meetings on working…
Independent Contractor vs. Employee Podcast
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How can you tell whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee? You can find all about the tests that Texas uses to determine whether a worker is an employee or independent…
What is an Independent Contractor in Texas?
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Are you properly categorizing your workers as employees? Are they actually independent contractors? How can you tell if a worker is an independent contractor instead of an employee in Texas? Lucky for you Texas,…
Employment Law Problems: 2022 Employment Law Predictions
I’m excited to bring back Employment Law Problems for its 2nd season. I plan to post at least one episode per month this year and will aim for two episodes. It was a lot of fun to do the podcast…
2021 Labor and Employment Predictions Reviewed
Photo by Ryan Stone on Unsplash2021 is officially over! It couldn’t have come soon enough in my opinion. I’m hoping that my labor and employment predictions for 2023 will be able to completely avoid COVID related predictions, but after…
2022 Labor and Employment Law Predictions
Photo by Moritz Knöringer on UnsplashWorkplace law has changed dramatically over the past two years of the pandemic. Unfortunately, 2022 (or is it “2020 too”?) is shaping up to be another year full of new rules and regulations within…
2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Portal Closes on November 15, 2021
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The EEOC announced that companies that are required to complete EEO-1 reports must do so no later than November 15, 2021 (see this prior article to determine whether your company must file the…
Texas 2021 Labor and Employment Legislative Update
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The Texas legislature finished up a jam-packed legislative session over the summer that will have a profound impact on employment law in Texas. The Governor has also announced a special session on August 5…