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  • Thursday, January 20, 2022
    Some 450 members of United Steelworkers Local 40 went on strike on October 1, 2021, when the union failed to reach a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with management at Special Metals, a plant based in Huntington, West Virginia, which develops and produces nickel alloys. Like many employers dealing with strikes, it's likely Special Metals is doing its utmost to maintain high standards and meet customer needs despite the union’s efforts. Successful strategies for dealing with strikes are certainly important, but employers are generally more motivated to take measures to prevent strikes before they happen because the consequences can be severe. Here are four major tips to avoid strikes before the work stoppage occurs.
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  • Wednesday, January 19, 2022
    When an employee is injured on the job, the federal Family and Medical Leave Act or the Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave Act (collectively, FMLA) may confer benefits in addition to what the state’s worker's compensation provides. Employers subject to the FMLA should consider how the law interacts with their state’s worker's comp law when FMLA-eligible employees need time off from work or modified duty after a work-related injury.
  • Tuesday, January 18, 2022
    The Biden administration has initiated numerous legal changes against employers, and most of you no doubt have been closely following the major disputes surrounding the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Nevertheless, you shouldn’t sleep on seemingly more mundane matters that don’t attract the big headlines. One thing is certain for 2022: The coronavirus is here to stay. The fate of workplace noncompete agreements, however, is much less certain under the current administration.
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