DOL Issues Guidance to Employers as Schools Reopen

Employment attorney Alejandro Pérez discusses how employers are impacted by the new DOL guidelines regarding paid time off for their workers with increased childcare demands due to COVID.

COVID-19 Provides Employers with Continued I-9 Flexibility

Outlines how employment verification has been impacted by COVID-19 and what to expect.

Temperature Checks Give Employers Fever

Employers may want to consider all options before implementing mandatory temperature checks for employees returning to work.

Threatening Employees on Social Media is No LOL Matter

Employers should consider the legal implications of commenting on employee’s social media posts.

PPP Loan Forgiveness and Employees Refusing to Return to Work

How to navigate former employees refusing to return to work and maximize ability to seek PPP loan forgiveness.

President Trump’s Immigration Order – What does it Mean?

Information on the president’s new immigration order.

Workplace Investigations in a Time of Social Distancing

Investigations during the pandemic create some challenges. Here are some suggestions.

I-9 Flexibility for Employers Due to COVID-19

Here is some guidance on I-9 compliance during the pandemic.

EEOC Issues Guidance to Employers During Coronavirus Pandemic

EEOC’s most recent guidance on the pandemic.

Considering Hiring a College Student as an Unpaid Intern this Summer?

Interns can make great additions to the workforce, but employers need to remind steadfast to avoid misclassificaiton issues.