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OSHA GUIDANCE ON RE-OPENING BUSINESSES AFTER COVID-19Bruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Jun 30 2020

OSHA recently issued guidance to assist employers to safely reopen their businesses. The guidance supplements previous guidelines, including those provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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OSHA GUIDANCE ON RE-OPENING BUSINESSES AFTER COVID-19Bruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Jun 30 2020

OSHA recently issued guidance to assist employers to safely reopen their businesses. The guidance supplements previous guidelines, including those provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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How to Survive an OSHA InspectionKathleen Clair, CSP, MS, SMS | Jun 23 2020

No company wants OSHA to show up at their jobsite. But when they do, you better be ready! OSHA typically arrives unannounced, so to the best way to avoid an extensive inspection and costly citations is to always BE PREPARED. Make sure your safety program is up to date, employees are trained and wearing all required PPE, and your documentation is in good order.

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EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE WITH THE RECENT U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING ON LGBT EMPLOYEE DISCRIMINATIONBruce Loren, Kyle Ohlenschlaeger, Brandon Camilleri | Jun 22 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court recently released a landmark ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia. The ruling established that Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination of employees based on gender, also applies to gay and transgender employees. This article explains the legal implications of the ruling and provides guidance on how employers can avoid a Title VII gender discrimination lawsuit.

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EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE WITH THE RECENT U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING ON LGBT EMPLOYEE DISCRIMINATIONBruce Loren, Kyle Ohlenschlaeger, Brandon Camilleri | Jun 22 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court recently released a landmark ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia. The ruling established that Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination of employees based on gender, also applies to gay and transgender employees. This article explains the legal implications of the ruling and provides guidance on how employers can avoid a Title VII gender discrimination lawsuit.

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THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS ASKED BY OUR FACTORING CLIENTSBruce Loren and Allen Heffner | Jun 15 2020

Factoring law is multi-faceted and can vary greatly based upon what state you are in and what type of receivables are being factored. However, no matter what type of receivables are being factored, many of our clients come to us with similar questions. This article focuses on some of the most common questions asked by our Factoring clients.

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RE-HIRING EMPLOYEES AFTER COVID-19: DISCRIMINATION, RETALIATION, AND WHISTLEBLOWER CLAIMSBruce Loren, Kyle Ohlenschlaeger, Brandon Camilleri | Jun 12 2020

As the country begins reopening, employers are bringing back employees that were teleworking, furloughed, or fired. With recent changes in regulations and laws, making an informed choice can be complicated. From a legal standpoint, employee safety should be an employer’s biggest concern. This article provides insight on the types of claims employers can expect, as well as offers practical advice on how to avoid them.

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