In Case You Missed It . . .

Happy New Year from Snell & Wilmer’s Labor and Employment Blog! In case you missed them, here are some of the highlights from 2018:

Employment

  • Do you have a “100 percent healed” policy? You may reconsider it after reading this.
  • Does your employee handbook need a makeover? Here are tips to help your policies and procedures work for you.
  • Do you have any unsigned arbitration agreements? Here is a cautionary tale that explores their enforceability.

Immigration

  • Although many predicted otherwise, the renegotiation of the NAFTA Agreement – and implementation of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – does not mean the end of TN Visas. Here is why.

Labor

  • Unilaterally imposed restrictions on an employee’s right to revoke union dues deduction authorizations are unlawful. Before you make any deductions, you should read this.

OSHA

  • To avoid confrontations with the OSHA inspectors, employers may want to report every injury on your OSHA log within seven days. For more information on OSHA 300 logs, read these two articles: here and here.
  • While OSHA does not outright prohibit incentive programs and/or post-accident drug testing, employers should proceed with caution. Here are some considerations.
This entry was posted in ADA, Arbitration, Immigration, Labor, OSHA.

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