Employment & Labor Law Posts

Injured at work, what should I do?

If you get injured at work and don't think you can continue at your job, it's essential to know your rights. Read More »


Understanding workers' compensation in Wisconsin

What happens when your employer and doctor disagree about your readiness to return to work? Read More »


How TikTok can lead to legal trouble

You can end up in legal trouble on TikTok but not all of them are as obvious as a pulled muscle during a dance routine or an injury from a milk crate challenge fail Read More »


Legal Dilemma: Does workers comp cover mental health?

I know that workers’ compensation will cover physical injuries sustained while on the job, but will it also cover mental illness stemming from my workplace?  Read More »


Protected classes: when letting go of an employee gets complicated

What happens when you need to terminate someone for cause but it appears to be discriminatory? Read More »


Make your noncompete agreement enforceable in Wisconsin

A noncompete agreement can restrict an employee from taking part in certain activities after their employment with you ends. Read More »


Navigating Constant Change: Employment Law in 2021

Johns, Flaherty & Collins will discuss changes to employment law over the past year at our annual seminar, Navigating Constant Change: Employment Law in 2021 Read More »


Avoiding workplace retaliation claims

Workplace retaliation claims can be extremely challenging for companies to defend, and they can be incredibly costly to businesses.   Read More »


Conducting job interviews: questions to avoid

If you’ve ever conducted a job interview, you know firsthand how tempting it can be to ask as many questions as you can to get to know candidates both professionally and personally. Read More »


Employment Law Seminar

To ensure you have the latest employment law information you need during the pandemic and its aftermath, Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, will present a special COVID online edition of our annual employment seminar. We hope you’ll join us. Read More »