We are hosting “Harassment in the Workplace: How to Prevent and Handle Claims of Harassment,” to help employers to prevent and handle harassment in the workplace. Human resource professionals and business owners won’t want to miss this seminar.
This question was considered by the Court of Appeals of Ohio in a recent case that is the first to broach the subject. Of course, it should come as no surprise that, as the use of the Internet and social media continues to rise, the legal implications of these interactions increase as well. » Read More
On November 14, 2012, our Labor & Employment Group will present Employment Law According to Seinfeld. I, along with my colleagues, will review the handling of all employment issues, including discrimination, harassment, employee discipline issues, and employee termination, from the point of view of Seinfeld characters. » Read More
On September 19, 2012, the Labor & Employment Group of Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., will host a seminar entitled Recent Labor and Employment Law Developments. This seminar will highlight recent legal decisions affecting human resource professionals and business owners including: the impact of the Health Care Reform Act, decisions regarding social media, revised EEOC guidelines, new FMLA forms, proposed regulations affecting wage and hour requirements and affirmative action requirements, and cases involving discrimination, harassment, employee privacy and medical leave. » Read More
Harry, the office jokester, decides that it’s a good idea to send what he deems a “Funny Friday” email to one of his female co-workers, Betty. The problem is, however, that female co-worker did not find Harry’s email, which was derogatory towards females, very amusing. » Read More
While I was mindlessly flipping the channels the other night, I stumbled upon one of my favorite Seinfeld episodes. George, as always, Costanza’ed another job, this time by having an “encounter” with a cleaning lady at the office. When confronted with his tryst, Costanza asked: