Labor & Employment Law

Thomas Cedoz

Firing for “Potential Future Disability” Isn’t Discrimination Under the ADA, Federal Court Rules

The future is not now when it comes to employment discrimination under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), at least according to the U.S. Court … Continue Reading

Joslin Monahan

Cannabis Industry Workers Entitled to Overtime Pay, Federal Court Rules

The ongoing and untenable conflict between state and federal law regarding cannabis creates a wide-range of inconveniences, injustices, and inconsistencies that impact cannabis business owners … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Employers Can’t Shorten Time Limits for Workplace Discrimination Claims, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules

A federal appeals court that covers Michigan recently issued a unanimous ruling holding that employers cannot contractually shorten the time within which their workers can … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Labor Department Rule Makes 1.3 Million More Americans Eligible for Overtime Pay

Approximately 1.3 million salaried American workers will now receive overtime pay for any extra hours they work. On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Thomas Cedoz Presents at DisruptHR Event Designed to Energize and Inform Attendees

Kreis Enderle attorney Tom Cedoz recently spoke at the DisruptHR event in Grand Rapids, sharing tips and best practices he encourages company leaders, administrators, and human resource … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Employer Alert: You’re Not Done With Your EEO-1 — Additional Report Due By Sept. 30.

Business owners who must submit an annual EEO-1 report to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) may have put this time-consuming obligation out of their … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

New Department of Labor Opinions on Family Leave, Overtime Pay, and Employee Classification

In the latest of its string of opinion letters addressing issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Top 10 Employment Issues for Start-Ups

For most entrepreneurs, their business journeys begin with an idea. While it only takes one person to come up with an idea, it almost always … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Some Salaried Employees Are Entitled to Overtime Pay – Are You One of Them?

Your employer pays you a salary rather than hourly wages. In return for that salary, and any benefits that come with it, your employer expects … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

How to Manage the ADA Interactive Process for Employers

When it comes to providing reasonable accommodation for an employee or job applicant under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the journey can be just … Continue Reading

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