RESULTS FOR CATEGORY: Employment & Labor Law
“Calling a dog’s tail a leg does not make it a leg”: FedEx improperly classified drivers as independent contractors
Aug. 29, 2014 – Patrick E. Shanahan, Iowa Employer Law Blog
The distinction between employees and independent contractors is relevant across a wide swath of employment law.
Jul. 29, 2014 – Patrick E. Shanahan, Iowa Employer Law Blog
The EEOC both takes seriously and regularly enforces its position that “[c]ustomer preference is not a defense to a claim of discrimination.”
New EEOC enforcement guidance on pregnancy discrimination and workplace accommodations for pregnant employees
Jul. 22, 2014 – Sara R. Laughlin, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Pregnancy alone is not a disability under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) or the Iowa Civil Rights Act (ICRA).
Jun. 26, 2014 – Russell L. Samson, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Still no standard as to whether, or when, off-duty profanity toward your boss in front of customers is or may be protected under the National Labor Relations Act
Jun. 16, 2014 – Russell L. Samson, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Iowa ESGR would have employers remind supervisory employees that an employer cannot “ding, dismiss, demote or give demerit points based on military obligations