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

Why Does My Investor Relations Manager Need to Be in This Meeting?

For public companies, whenever there is a change in leadership for whatever reason, an issue that must be addressed is whether the company needs to make a public filing disclosing the change. The company should evaluate the disclosure both from a regulatory compliance standpoint and an investor relations standpoint, carefully considering both the tone and content of the disclosure.

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  • 13
  • June
  • 2019

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Employment Laws Also Apply to Your Household Caretakers

When you are an employment lawyer who represents management, most of your clients are businesses that have human resources departments. From time to time, however, I am cornered by friends at ball games or cocktail parties who have questions about the individual caretakers who assist them in managing their house, children, and garden, or, for example, the home health aides who might take care of their parents. Do the employment laws that we talk about in this blog apply to them?

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  • 11
  • June
  • 2019

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Time Is of the Essence: U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Failure-To-Exhaust Argument in Employment Discrimination Suits Can Be Waived If Not Timely Made

On June 3, 2019, in Fort Bend County v. Davis, the Supreme Court held that federal courts can hear discrimination claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, even if the worker alleging discrimination did not bring those claims first to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) or an equivalent state-level workplace discrimination body.

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Watch for Gathering Storms to Protect your Expatriates

We are all concerned when we send an employee to a location where we know that the work circumstances and living conditions may not be the safest. However, we should also be concerned about those expatriates who have been working in locations that were considered safe when they were first given the foreign assignment. My message in this post is that you should have a good view at all times of any gathering storms that may impact those employees.

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  • 30
  • May
  • 2019

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The Return of the “No-Match” Letter

The last time a client of mine received a “No-Match” letter was in 2012, so I was somewhat surprised when multiple clients received letters from the Social Security Administration in only the last few weeks. Apparently, my clients were not alone. According to a New York Times story, over half a million employers received similar letters in the last couple of months.

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