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Five Steps To A Stellar Onboarding Plan

Attorney Matthew A. Green provides five steps to help successfully apply an onboarding plan in South Jersey Biz's "Take Five" section.

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What "Ban the Box" Means

Tiffani L. McDonough, a member of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department, authored the Guest Comment column, “What ‘Ban the Box’ Means” published in the Philadelphia Business Journal (May 13-19, 2011). To view the article click on this link: What "Ban the Box" Means ...

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Flat-Rate Fees Paid to Sales Associates are "Commissions" Sufficient to be Exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act's Overtime Pay Requirements

On September 7, 2010, a divided U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed a grant of summary judgment to NutriSystem, Inc. (“NutriSystem”) in a lawsuit challenging the concept of “commissions” under the retail commission exemption of Section 7(i) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).1  In Parker v. NutriSystem, Inc.,2 th...

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Mandatory Wellness Programs: Considerations for Avoiding Legal Pitfalls While Ensuring Organizational Health

THE CORPORATE COUNSELOR, 2008 Most employees typically spend more than half of their waking hours at work. Unsurprisingly, work culture can have a serious impact on their health. As a result, many companies have designed wellness programs to promote a healthier work environment and prevent and manage diseases in an effort to maintain employee heal...

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The Death of Secret Ballot Elections

Click on the link to read the article.  The Death of Secret Ballot Elections?

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What's Cooking in Congress: The Time (and Laws) Are A-Changin

  What's Cooking in Congress: The Time (and Laws) Are A-Changin

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Piecing It All Together: The Amendment to the Federal Trademark Counterfeiting Act Prevents Circumvention through Component Parts

 

 

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Situation Report

Winter 2006 Situation ReportClick on the title below to open a copy of the “Winter 2006 Situation Report” 2006 Situation Report

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Terminate: A Disabled Employee Under the "Direct Threat" Exception to the ADA

This article by Michael Pepperman and Thomas Hearn was published in the May/June 2006 issue of the Mid-Atlantic Builder. To read the article click on the title below. TERMINATE - A Disabled Employee under the "Direct Threat" Exception to the ADA  

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Avoiding ADA Lawsuits And Keeping Workers Safe

This article by Michael Pepperman and Thomas Hearn was published in the April 2006 issue of the Construction Executive. To read the article click on the title below. Avoiding ADA Lawsuits And Keeping Workers Safe   The information contained in this publication should not be construed as legal advice, is not a substitute for legal ...

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