Collins & Lacy Employment Law Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl reports in the latest Employment Law Answers E-Newsletter: The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has agreed to postpone its regulation requiring employers to post a notice informing employees of their right to organize a union. The NLRB says it has determined postponing the rule would… Continue Reading
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South Carolina Employment Law Alerts provides timely updates on the most recent rulings from the NLRB and other pressing issues in the employment field, with commentary from our experienced employment law team.
Collins & Lacy employment law attorney Aisha Taylor understands employers’ frustrations with immigration and employment laws, but stresses that proactive compliance is a must to keep your business out of court. Amendments to the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act went into effect with the new year. Click here to learn what the penalties are… Continue Reading
Collins & Lacy employment law attorney Charles Appleby regularly helps clients create and revise social media policies for their employees, requiring a watchful eye on the latest National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) memos concerning social media and its impact on employees’ rights to address workplace concerns. In a recent issue of Employment Law Answers E-Newsletter, Charles… Continue Reading
Post by Christian Boesl We love that you’re already here reading our Workers’ Comp blog, so before I go any further, let me say thank you for reading. But, there’s more where this came from. Collins & Lacy has five blogs in the blogosphere, three of which provide a myriad of information and updates on workers’ comp law, products… Continue Reading