Legal Advice for Employer Requirements — 34 results
Written by attorney Joseph Miller, about 1 year ago.
Introduction In most Virginia workers compensation cases the law requires the employee to give written notice to their employer of any workplace accidents he or she may have been involved... more
Written by attorney Louis Barr, about 2 years ago.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a technical release providing guidance and model forms to assist employers in fulfilling their one-time notice requirement obligations under... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, about 1 month ago.
Outrage That Students Have To Perform Nude In Order To Pass Visual Arts Class At UC-San Diego If studying for finals wasn’t nerve wracking enough, a University of California-San Diego... more
Written by attorney Tod C Gurney, 4 months ago.
AB 2053 amends the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) to require certain employers revise their current sexual harassment training policies to include the prevention of “... more
Written by attorney Kelvin Kwok Lee, 5 days ago.
Kelvin Lee is a former Social Security Senior Attorney Advisor and Administrative Law Judge for the California Department of Social Services, He is presently serving as a Board Member for... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, almost 2 years ago.
No. Just like any other area of law, a person isnt required to hire an attorney. Clients are allowed to represent themselves in virtually any court, tribunal or commission if they choose to.... more
Written by attorney K Dawn Atkin, almost 2 years ago.
For workers compensation coverage the injured worker must prove two things:1. Medical causation is a written medical record which states that an accident, activity or exposure at work... more
Written by attorney Damien Donnelly-Cole, about 1 year ago.
One of the two exemptions to the requirement that a person have an Interlock Ignition Device installed in any vehicle they operate during the course of a DUII Diversion is employer owned... more
Written by attorney Beth Lincow Cole, almost 4 years ago.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced a
proposal to update and revise two aspects of the agencys recordkeeping
and reporting requirements for work-related... more
Written by attorney Eric Pommer, almost 2 years ago.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (I.R.C.A) prohibits the hiring of illegal aliens and requires employers to determine the status of all employees. Under I.R.C.A., an employer... more