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BE CAREFUL! DOES YOUR EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK CREATE AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT? 

Aug 05, 2014
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, which covers Ohio and three neighboring states, recently ruled that the City of Decherd Police Department Policies and Procedures Manual created an employment contract between the City and its... Read More
 

EEOC SUES CVS PHARMACY OVER LANGUAGE IN SEVERANCE AGREEMENT 

Aug 05, 2014
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against CVS Pharmacy, Inc. (“CVS”) challenging the legality of the severance agreement CVS often offers to... Read More
 

WILKINS' ARTICLE ON PENDING NLRB RULE CHANGES PUBLISHED IN CRAIN'S 

Jul 28, 2014
KWW Shareholder and Vice President James P. Wilkins examines a set of “quickie” unionization election rules being considered by the National Labor Relations Board in an Adviser column published in the July 20 issue of Crain’s Cleveland... Read More
 

BWC OFFERING SAFETY GRANTS TO OHIO STATE-FUND EMPLOYERS 

Jan 27, 2014
As you prepare this year’s budget and are considering any additional safety equipment purchases, remember the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is awarding safety grants to employers for the purchase of safety, ergonomic, and/or industrial... Read More
 

SUPREME COURT HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD IN CONTESTED WORKERS’ COMPENSATION MATTERS 

Nov 08, 2013
On October 17, 2013, the Supreme Court of Ohio decided a workers’ compensation case our own Mark Snyder successfully argued through the appellate courts, State ex rel. Black v. Indus. Comm., et al., 2013-Ohio-4550. The case concerned permanent... Read More
 
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