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Monthly Archives: July 2015
  • Bugbee & Conkle in the Community

    Bugbee & Conkle team member and litigation paralegal, Shannon Abbey, took time out from wedding planning this weekend to volunteer with the Special Olympics of Toledo Public team at the Marathon Classic. Shannon contributed at a concession tent near the Hole 18 tee box. Shannon also leads a team annually in the Susan J. Komen Race for the Cure in Toledo and she recently participated in the March of Dimes in a neighboring community.

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  • Registration for Bugbee & Conkle’s Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar is Open

    Bugbee & Conkle will host its annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar on October 1, 2015 at Hilton Garden Inn, Levis Commons, Perrysburg, Ohio. You can register in the sidebar to the right. Don’t forget to follow our new LinkedIn Seminars & Trainings page for updated seminar information and brief training videos.

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  • OSHA’s New Confined Space Rule

    Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Carl Habekost breaks down OSHA’s new confined space rule which becomes effective August 3, 2015. In addition to his recognition as a certified specialist, Carl has also earned an OSHA 30 hour Certification in General Industry & Construction. For more information, see the brief training video, or contact Carl or another member of our Labor &Employment Law Section.

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  • Using Social Media in Employee Investigations

    Employers have found that social media provides a wealth of information in a variety of employee investigations.  Widely used social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram can give employers insight into an employee’s physical and emotional well-being, and realtime information regarding their activities both on and off work.

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  • DOL Proposes Dramatic Increase in Minimum “Salary” for Exempt Employees

    Recently the Department of Labor issued its long awaited proposed regulations raising the minimum salary level that exempt employees must receive under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).  These regulations are directed at what are commonly the called the “white collar” exemptions, affecting employees in executive, administrative and professional positions.

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