What Manufacturers Need to Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act
The National Association of Manufacturers and Littler present an informal, off-the-record webinar to discuss the ADA and practical tips and legal requirements for manufacturers to be aware of when providing accommodations under the Act.
MCI Labor Webinar: Strategies for Identifying and Combatting Abuse of FMLA Intermittent Leave in the Manufacturing Workplace
Is your company seeing an increase in employees using FMLA intermittent leave? Are there reasons that may lead you to believe the use is improper? Is it disrupting the workplace and negatively affecting employee morale? Are you unsure what to do?
Critical Drug Testing Do's and Don'ts Manufacturers Must Know
OSHA’s new injury and illness rule put new limits on post-accident drug testing. For employers who do not comply, OSHA allows penalties of up to $12,675 per violation and over $126,749 for willful or repeat violations.
MCI Labor: President Trump's First 100 Days: A Look Back on Labor and Employment Issues and What's Next
A discussion of ongoing NAM labor litigation efforts and the current state of compliance obligations as it relates to enforcement authority of Department of Labor and sub-agencies including OSHA.
MCI: What the Executive Orders on Immigration Mean for Employers
What the "Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States" Executive Order means for your business.
MCI Labor: Don't Get Ambushed by Ambush! Coping With The New NLRB
The NLRB has implemented and began processing union election petitions on April 14, 2015. Absent a court ruling blocking the NLRB from proceeding, this rule is the most fundamental change to labor election proceedings in more than half a century.
MCI Labor: You May Already Be A Joint-Employer - What You Need to Know
The NLRB has issued a new "joint-employer" standard that will make employers responsible for workers they only have indirect control over.
MCI Labor: Preparing for Change: DOL's Final Rule on Overtime
This webinar provides detailed guidance on new regulations that govern the white collar overtime exemptions and practical steps on how employers can respond to the new changes.