Premium Processing Resumes for Some H-1B Petitions

Sep 22, 2017

On Sept. 18, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a memo stating that it will resume accepting requests for Premium Processing (i.e., expedited case processing) for ...

Employers Must Use New Form I-9 Starting Monday

Sep 15, 2017

In July 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) once again revised its Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9, which must be used for all new hires and ...

Top Ten Benefits Compliance Issues for Open Enrollment

Sep 13, 2017

As we get closer to the vast majority of employers’ open enrollment period for 2018 benefit programs, special attention should be paid to compliance issues. To help you prepare for open enrollment, ...

Can I Fire the S.O.B.? The Perils of Dealing with Off-Duty Misconduct

Aug 15, 2017

You are sickened. You own Generic Service Company and you just saw your employee A.B. on television giving a “Nazi salute” and praising Hitler. The media has learned A.B. works for Generic ...

New Discrimination Law in Missouri

Jul 05, 2017

Learn what the new, amended Missouri Human Rights Act means for employers - in just three minutes. Lowenbaum Law Partner Tom Chibnall will explain what to expect with employment litigation going ...

OSHA Delays Electronic Reporting

Jun 29, 2017

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it is delaying the deadline by which certain employers are required to submit their 2016 Form 300A Summary of Work-Related ...

Top Legal News for Employers

Jun 14, 2017

St. Louis City minimum wage law may be stopped in its tracks  How to manage 'Weed At Work?' Listen here as Lowenbaum Law's Michael Lowenbaum and Brian Bauer from H&H Health reveal everything ...

St. Louis City Minimum Wage Law May Be Stopped in its Tracks

May 16, 2017

The Missouri Senate approved a bill last week that provides that no political subdivision, city, or municipality may require an employer to pay a minimum wage higher than that required by applicable ...

Missouri Employment Discrimination Bill Heads to Governor

May 11, 2017

On May 8, 2017, the Missouri Legislature approved Senate Bill 43, which substantially changes the Missouri Human Rights Act’s (MHRA) provisions on employment discrimination, making Missouri’s ...

Top Legal News for Employers

May 09, 2017

Here are the top legal updates for employers from last month: 7th Circuit Rules to Protect LGBT Employees Against Employment Discrimination. What Employers of High-Skilled Foreign Workers Need to ...
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