Health Care Reform: Phase I
Employers, as we’re sure you’ve heard by now, there are many changes that take effect this year under federal and state health care reform. Since the legislation exceeds 2,000 pages, we’ve summarized…Read More
New Ohio Law Provides Additional Leave for Military Families
Recently, the Ohio Military Family Leave Act took effect. It requires all employers with 50 or more employees to provide unpaid military family leave, up to 10 days or 80 hours, whichever is less, to…Read More
Law Requires Breaks for Nursing Mothers
An amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) requires employers to provide new mothers with reasonable time and a clean, private space where they can express milk for up to one year after…Read More
Contracts, Contract Changes, Purchases and Sales: Should They be in Writing?
A homebuilder, at the request of the client, substitutes granite for laminated countertops. A contractor, to accommodate the project owner, delays part of the work and then incurs substantial over-…Read More
Mobile Usage Policies: Does Your Company Need One?
Motorists everywhere have their eyes on a 4-inch screen in their hand instead of on the road in front of them. Now, imagine it’s your employees who are texting, checking their Twitter, or maybe both…Read More
Not In My Parking Lot: Employers Should Review Safety and Anti-Violence Policies In Light of New Law
On March 21, 2017, a new gun law went into effect in Ohio prohibiting businesses and employers from adopting and enforcing policies that prohibit concealed-carry permit holders from transporting or…Read More