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Should you regulate employee cell phone use in the workplace?

Orlando Business Journal As cell phones become increasingly ubiquitous, employers likely have experienced both positive and negative effects of employees’ ability to remain constantly connected. In many fields, business is conducted regularly through cell phones,…

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Post-Shift Security Screenings are Not Compensable

BY:  RACHEL D. GEBAIDE &  TIMOTHY C. HAUGHEE DECEMBER 11, 2014 In a highly-anticipated employment law case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week that time spent by employees who undergo employer-required post-shift security screenings…

OSHA Proposes Rule That Would Require Employers to Submit Workplace Injury Information to the Public

By:  TIMOTHY C. HAUGHEE NOVEMBER 26, 2013 Earlier this month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announced a proposed rule that would require employers to electronically submit to OSHA records of workplace injuries and…