Workplace Rules: Bathroom Break at US Open Offers HR Lessons

Novak Djokovic’s quest to achieve tennis history was a big story at the US Open, however, it was somewhat overshadowed by a controversial bathroom break. This controversy serves up some important employment law and human resources lessons and issues for employers in all industries to consider.

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UPDATE: OSHA Issues New COVID Vaccine Guidance

On August 13, 2021, The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued updated guidance to help employers protect workers from COVID-19. The guidance is designed to help employers protect workers who are unvaccinated (including people who are not…

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Will Employers Mandate Vaccinations?

An employer’s right to impose mandate vaccinations is drawing increased attention and interest in the United States as the number of Delta variant cases rise.     The majority of employers have been reluctant to impose mandatory vaccination policies and have…

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What Happens When You Ignore Harassment in the Workplace?

The NFL has fined the Washington Football Team $10 million in response to allegations that its front office enabled a hostile workplace culture that included bullying and sexual harassment of female employees.  According to the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell “concluded…

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