Employers Allowed to Voluntarily Provide Leave Under the FFCRA

Employment law attorney Alejandro Pérez offers employers guidance with the recently made a clarification as to FFCRA leave pay in the 2021.

There’s a New Rule in Town: DOL Announces a New Rule on Worker Classification

Employment law attorney Alejandro Pérez offers insight into the new DOL rule on worker classification.

Your Attendance Policy May Be a Ticking Time Bomb

Alejandro Pérez, an employment law attorney urges employers to immediately assess their attendance policies following recently updated employment rules.

EEOC Updates Its Conciliation Rules

Employment law attorney Alejandro Pérez explains the EEOC’s substantially updated its rules on conciliation.

Olson v. U.S. 9th Circuit Applies FLSA Definition of Willfulness to FMLA Case.

Alejandro Pérez, labor and employment attorney highlights the decision in Olson v. U.S. 9th Circuit Applies FLSA Definition of Willfulness to FMLA Case

Do I Have to Pay for THAT?

Labor and employment attorney Alejandro Pérez provides employers with some additional guidance regarding compensable travel time for employees.

Can’t You Read the Signs? The DOL on Employer Notice Requirements

Partner and employment attorney Alejandro Pérez discusses the requirements a telemedicine visit must meet in order to comply with FMLA.

Telemedicine Should Now be Considered an In-Person Visit for FMLA Purposes.

Partner and employment attorney Alejandro Pérez discusses the requirements a telemedicine visit must meet in order to comply with FMLA.