Workplace violence is any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior that occurs at the work place. It ranges from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and even homicide. It can affect and involve employees, clients, customers and visitors.
Nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year. Unfortunately, many more cases go unreported.
Congratulations to all the elite golfers competing in this special competition and welcome to all the fans, sponsors, and contributors visiting Toledo this week!Read more
Join our panel of esteemed attorneys, safety professionals, and business professionals for a free 1-hour webinar for employers.
As more and more states begin to re-open amid the coronavirus pandemic, employers need to prepare their workplaces, policies, and emergency plans for their returning employees and customers. The path forward will require businesses to consider safety precautions, existing and new temporary laws, ever-changing state and federal recommendations, and more.Read more
For the safety of our attendees, resource partners, and staff, and in accordance with current federal, state, and local laws and recommendations in regards to the COVID-19 virus, Bugbee & Conkle has postponeed our Annual Labor, Employment & Workers’ Compensation Seminar scheduled for Friday, May 8.
The rescheduled date of the seminar is Friday, November 13, 2020. If you have already registered, there is NO NEED to re-register.
Part 1, Telephone Hearings at the Industrial Commission
Part 2, How Courts are Dealing With COVID-19
Part 3, Ohio Workers’ Compensation and COVID-19
Part 4, Keeping the Workplace Safe
Part 5, Legislative UpdateRead more
Bugbee & Conkle attorneys will be providing short practical webinars on burning questions from employers during this unprecedented pandemic.
TODAY at 4pm – Rob Solt, III will be talking about the telephone hearing process which begins tomorrow for workers compensation claims .
TOMORROW at 4pm – What are courts doing in light of coronavirus? Rob Solt, IV answers your court questions.