Learn the 4 steps to creating an anti-harassment program in this upcoming webinar. If you follow our blog, you’ve probably noticed a lot more articles about workplace harassment. Scratch that: if you follow any blog, or watch any news channel, or read any newspaper, or listen to any podcast, or have overheard others’ conversations in […]
The Dealership Practice Group (DPG) at Fisher Phillips includes attorneys who are experienced in advising and representing dealerships in labor and employment law matters. A deep understanding of dealership operations enables Fisher Phillips to handle legal problems quickly and efficiently. Through the DPG, automobile dealers have access to attorneys who can assist them before making employment decisions that may result in liability. Management training, day-to-day advice, and assistance in creating employee handbooks, pay plans, and policies are just some of the services this group provides.
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Over the past few months, there’s been a seemingly endless stream of reports about sexual assault and misconduct on the part of powerful men. It makes you stop and wonder, how could so many bystanders let these incidents got by unnoticed and unchallenged. Which is why when we read that Brad Pitt once threatened Harvey […]
In theory, the idea of a minimum wage is simple enough: employers have a legal obligation to pay their workers a certain amount of money per hour. As an employer, you can pay your employees more than minimum wage, but not less. On top of that, if employees work overtime, you may have to increase […]
With employee lawsuits up 400% since 1997, and median awards costing over $110k, you can’t afford to roll the dice when it comes to employment law. Register for this webinar to hear from our panel of thought leaders who know employment law like the back of their hands. You’ll leave knowing where to focus to […]
Want to know how to keep your dealership compliant without losing employees? You’ve come to the right place. That colossal question was the theme of one of our recent webinars, in which we explored how a dealership can create a culture of compliance without sending staff running off to pastures with less paperwork.
Although it’s all over headlines, many of us remain under-informed about the current opioid crisis. A quick peek at Google Trends shows that the top search query after “opioids” is “what are opioids.” To be clear, numerous leaders in healthcare, politics, and the business and nonprofit worlds are taking significant steps to address the problem, […]
In the face of growing regulations and rapidly changing business needs, automobile dealerships are spending more time and energy than ever managing workforce compliance and employee engagement. But who says the two needs are mutually exclusive?
For an automotive dealership, change can bring opportunity and frustration in equal measure. And change usually leads to more change. New technology means new products, which means new laws—which means new things to learn. Regulations change. Business conditions change. Policies and procedures change.
In June 2016—the midst of one of the most tumultuous presidential races in US history—Bloomberg BNA reported the following: “A Donald Trump presidency wouldn’t spell the end of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration altogether, but it would almost certainly mean less enforcement and practically no rulemaking.”