Retaliation Rule and Other Changes Coming from OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been busy. The agency recently clarified the definition of "retaliation" in a provision that will take effect in November. Also, earlier this year, OSHA finalized a new set of rules governing how you track and report workplace injuries and illnesses. Here are some details about the changes to come. Details, Please OSHA sees a Continue Reading

EEOC Penalties Rise Effective July 2016

When it comes to violations of the labor law posting requirements, it's not that these mandatory notices aren't displayed prominently. It's that they are not displayed at all, says the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). And that's a problem. Typically the EEOC is alerted to the issue by employees who are aware of the requirements and contact the authorities. That could lead to an Continue Reading