IRS Issues Limited Extension for Employer ACA Reporting

Dec 26, 2017

The Internal Revenue Service is extending the deadline to provide employees and covered individuals 2017 Affordable Care Act (ACA) information reporting.  Notice 2018-06, issued by the IRS last ...

NLRB Condenses Twelve Days of Christmas for Employers into Two Days
Part 1: Joint Employer Status

Dec 19, 2017

Christmas came early this year for employers, courtesy of the newly reconstituted National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).  In the space of two days, the NLRB reversed the ravages of the Obama-era ...

Attention Illinois Local Governments: Statute Requires Action on Harassment Policies

Dec 11, 2017

In November, Illinois Governor Rauner signed Public Act 100-0554.  It imposes specific requirements on the state with regard to policies and procedures required for dealing with sexual harassment.  ...

Is This the End of Work Permits for H-1B Spouses?

Nov 30, 2017

In 2015, many spouses of H-1B visa holders were granted a wish they had long been waiting for—the opportunity to work in the U.S. However, this wish may turn into a bad dream if President Trump ...

Top 3 Questions Regarding OSHA

Nov 29, 2017

Employers: learn the latest on OSHA guidance in just three minutes. Lowenbaum Law Partner Adam Hirtz explains what employers need to know about: Is mandatory post-accident drug testing ...

Top Legal News for Employers

Nov 07, 2017

Here are the most read legal updates for employers from last month: Employers Beware: Recommended Steps in Light of Sexual Harassment Publicity Top 4 Questions: Hiring and Employment ...

Employers Beware: Recommended Steps in Light of Sexual Harassment Publicity

Nov 01, 2017

Everyone who keeps up with recent news has by now heard numerous stories about the sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein. Other Hollywood figures have also been accused – some of more ...

News about the Americans with Disabilities Act

Oct 25, 2017

A heads up for HR: the Seventh Circuit recently issued a rare victory for employers, finding that a long-term leave of absence is not a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with ...

Dept. of Labor Proposes Delay of New Rules Governing Disability Claims

Oct 16, 2017

Last week, the Department of Labor (DOL) proposed a 90-day delay of the new rules that require amending ERISA-covered employee benefit plan claims procedures with regard to disability claims filed on ...

Top 4 Questions: Hiring and Employment Agreements

Oct 10, 2017

Learn the latest guidance on hiring and legal employment agreements - in just three minutes. Lowenbaum Law Partner Tom Chibnall explains what employers need to know about interview questions to ...
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