Employment & Labor Law Posts

How to 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 cover critical 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 »

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 »

Things you shouldn't do while collecting unemployment

It’s important to know the restrictions on what you can do while collecting unemployment. Read More »

Balancing information and privacy to create a COVID-safe work environment

Employers most commonly asked questions about creating a COVID-safe work environment Read More »

Coronavirus leave: here's what businesses and workers need to know

Highlights from the new Families First Coronavirus Response law. The legislation ensures paid sick leave for people with or caring for people with coronavirus Read More »

Work-from-home policies help employers manage in changing times

Work-from-home policies help employers navigate COVID-19 social distance precautions. Read More »