This article can also be found in the latest Employment Answers Quarterly e-newsletter I actually really like my law firm, but if I wanted to say I hated it, the NLRB would protect me. In the most recent decision issued November 14, 2012, the NLRB attacked a company for having one policy that prohibits employees… Continue Reading
Attorneys Christian Boesl & Mike Pitts School SC PRIMA on Employment Law for Public Entities
Attorney Christian Boesl Employment Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl and employment attorney Michael Pitts spoke at a conference for SC PRIMA (South Carolina Public Risk Management Association) this past Monday. In keeping with the conference’s March Madness theme, Christian and Mike’s presentation, entitled “Flagrant Fouls in Hiring, Discipline and Firing” advised about the legal ins and… Continue Reading
E-Verify Deadline January 1, 2012: Is Your Business in Compliance?
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
Social Media Policy Review: NLRB Memo Prompts a Second Look
Collins & Lacy employment law attorney 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 dissects the… Continue Reading