Are you an Ohio employer thinking that your company should have a more fine-tuned policy for issuing written warnings to workers with performance-related or on-the-job behavioral problems?
Employers sometimes seek to augment their work staff with additional individuals tasked to do specific types of work.
Words count in law, with case rulings on important matters in Ohio and elsewhere sometimes hinging on legal interpretations surrounding a single word.
If the #MeToo movement was a rock splashing into water, its spreading ripples would be notably pronounced. It is indeed impressive to see the material changes wrought by an initiative that is still arguably at an incipient stage.
How key is it for an employer in Ohio or elsewhere to ensure that its contracts – every one of them, ranging across the universe of business matters – are drafted with precision and completely devoid of ambiguities?
Although sexual harassment has always been a central employment-linked concern for companies in Ohio and nationally, it has seldom – if ever – garnered more attention than it is currently receiving.
If anti-poaching clauses are a mainstay of your business as an Ohio franchisor, you might want to promptly consult with experienced employment law attorneys for advice and potential revision of your policies and contracts.
The established Dayton law firm of Gottschlich & Portune understands business challenges and opportunities from an employer’s perspective. Our legal team commands decades of experience representing diverse clientele across a wide universe of matters relevant to their operations and bottom line.
You’ve heard of Watergate, of course, and are likely familiar with other public matters grounded in scandal that are coined with terms ending in a “gate” suffix.
A recent article written for a business publication spotlights a workplace hypothetical featuring a proactive and hands-on company manager acting quickly in the wake of an on-the-job injury or dispute between employees. That fictional company principal (certainly common enough in the real commercial world) acts with dispatch to assemble all involved parties in a group meeting to discuss just what happened and to chronicle their views on the incident.