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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

  • 20
  • December
  • 2019

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“The First Rule of this Workplace Investigation is…”

“…You will not talk about this investigation with your coworkers.” Or at least this is the first thing that many employers have long told employees who are interviewed in workplace investigations. (Though ideally, the FIRST thing that employees should be told is that they will not be retaliated against for speaking truthfully during their interviews).

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When Poorly Performing Employees Suddenly Get Sick

You finally sit down with an employee who has performed poorly for months, and you give him or her both a detailed performance improvement plan spelling out your expectations and a time frame by which they must demonstrate substantial improvement. The very next morning, the previously healthy employee calls in sick and soon thereafter requests medical leave, supported by a doctor’s excuse, to obtain treatment for work-induced stress and depression.

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  • 12
  • November
  • 2019

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Bearing Arms Part I: Texas Tips on Implementing a Lawful Firearms Policy

For three years, Texas law has allowed folks with a concealed license the right to carry their firearms openly. Texas continues to expand the rights of gun owners. In September, a spate of new gun reform legislation in Texas became effective, including looser restrictions on firearms during states of emergency and natural disasters, as well as new prohibitions against landlords from restricting gun ownership within their rented properties. Given this new legislation, we are starting a mini-series dedicated to helping employers navigate the changing landscape of gun rights and regulations in the Lone Star State. In this first installment, we’ll begin by describing the basics of firearm policies.

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  • 07
  • November
  • 2019

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Requirements for Lactation in the Workplace Continue to Evolve

States (and cities) across the country are increasing protections for employees that are lactating. Effective January 1, 2020, a new California law amends and broadens pre-existing requirements for employers’ accommodations of lactating employees, as well as the penalties for non-compliance. The new law also requires employers to create and distribute a lactation accommodation policy. 

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Thomas H. Wilson

Thomas H. Wilson Partner

Christopher V. Bacon

Christopher V. Bacon Counsel

Sean Becker

Sean Becker Partner

Stephen M. Jacobson

Stephen M. Jacobson Partner

Martin C. Luff

Martin Luff Counsel

Lawrence S. Elbaum Partner