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Sep 27, 2022

Tech startup companies often choose to compensate or incentive employees with some form of equity to conserve precious cash. Compensating employees with equity acts as an incentive for employees to work hard to get the company’s product ready for market, with a potential big payoff down the road. But determining what...


Sep 26, 2022

It’s no secret that the statutory deck under ERISA is stacked heavily in favor of multiemployer pension plans and against employers contributing to—or withdrawing from—Taft-Hartley trust funds. Construction employers should take demands for withdrawal liability seriously. The failure to strictly adhere to...


Sep 20, 2022

The Great Resignation and lasting effects of COVID-19 have retailers fighting for talent. In what continues to be a very tight labor market, employers are enhancing employee benefits offerings hoping to recruit and retain employees. On this episode of We get work™, we discuss out of the box benefit offerings retail...


Aug 31, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court decisions that were issued in June 2022 had a significant impact on employers, and employers are now looking at implementing policies and practices in response to the decisions. The Court’s decisions broadly affected employment in areas such as privacy, benefits, religious accommodation,...


Aug 18, 2022

Recent Supreme Court decisions, congressional primaries and economic issues have resulted (at times) in contentious and polarizing discussions inside and outside the workplace. These recent events and related social movements remind us how tenuous the balance remains between free speech and a safe, harmonious workplace....