The Employer Vol. 9 No. 2.pdf
The EEOC, Attendance Policies, & the “Duty to Accomodate” Under the ADA
Many employers have what is known as “no-fault” attendance policies. These policies typically assess points for a variety of attendance and punctuality infractions, but do so without regard to the reason behind the absence.
Each year, fall hazards are among the most frequently cited by OSHA, and continue to be a leading cause of death among construction workers. To promote awareness and prevention, join the National Fall Prevention Stand-Down May 2-6, 2016 by hosting a discussion at your work place to talk about fall hazards and fall prevention. For more information on how to conduct a safety stand-down, and even obtain a Certificate of Participation, visit OSHA’s Stop Falls Stand Down page.Read more
On April 20, 2016 Tybo Alan Wilhelms addressed follow up questions from his 2016 Workers’ Compensation Seminar presentation via webinar. The full recorded webinar can be seen below.
Join Janelle Matuszak and The Employers’ Association (EA) for Workers’ Comp Boot Camp on April 26, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., at the EA, 1787 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee.Read more
If you missed our 2016 Workers’ Compensation Seminar, see what you missed here!Read more