R. Patrick Bolling

By Clarifying Employee Leave – DOL Issues March 27 Guidance on FFCRA (Coronavirus and the Law), Governing During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law), Additional Guidance on COVID-19 Emergency Leave – DOL Issues Temporary Rule (Coronavirus and the Law), COVID-19 Employment Lawsuits Are Already Brewing (Coronavirus and the Law), How to Reopen Your Business in 12 Steps (Coronavirus and the Law), Virginia’s New Workplace Laws: Prepare Now or Risk Lawsuits Later, A Safe Harbor for “Off-the-Clock” Telework Wage-Hour Claims? (Coronavirus and the Law), What Happens When Employees Are Afraid of the Workplace? (Coronavirus and the Law), Parents Not Eligible for FFCRA Leave for Remote Learning if In-Person Learning is Offered (Coronavirus and the Law), DOL Revises FFCRA Regulations – Here we go again! (Coronavirus and the Law), Can Employers Require Employees to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19? (Coronavirus and the Law), Legal Marijuana and Your Workplace: It’s Going to Get Complicated, Can Employers Follow CDC’s “Vaccination or Mask” Rule?, Seven Things To Know About The Biden NLRB’s New “Road Map”, Executive Orders and Vaccine Mandates, Federal Agencies Are Teaming Up to End Workplace Retaliation, Recent Changes to Virginia’s Final Permanent Standard for COVID-19, COVID-19 Legal Round Up and Looming 2022 Deadlines, More COVID-19 Legal Developments, Do Employers Have to Comply with Federal OSHA’s Vaccine-or-Test Mandate Right Now?, EEOC Update: New Workplace Discrimination Poster, Virginia’s New Minimum Salary Level for Non-Compete Agreements, Do Non-Compete Agreements Violate the NLRA?, Federal Credit Unions Can Claim Employee Retention Tax Credits, IRS Imposes Moratorium on Employee Retention Credit, Open Registration: HR2023 Back on Track: WRVB’s 42nd Annual Labor & Employment Seminars, Employers Need to Pay Close Attention to Form I-9 Processing

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