He had better mind himself in the future, because if he is truly an abusive boss other employees now know that they have some recourse to deal with the situation as well.As I reported on March 19, 2013 in OSHA and the Affordable Care Act: What is that connection?In a February 6, 2013 news release OSHA announced that they are suing a company in Florida because the boss’ behavior led an employee to believe a possibility of workplace violence existed.The employee confronted the boss with their concern and apparently the boss did not take too kindly to it. Well that displeased the boss even more and when he received the complaint of retaliation the boss then cut off access to the computers for this employee and promptly fired them. As Teresa Harrison, OSHA’s acting regional administrator in Atlanta said “Employees have the right to raise workplace violence concerns without fear of retaliation.This Google™ translation feature, provided on the Employment Development Department (EDD) website, is for informational purposes only.The web pages currently in English on the EDD website are the official and accurate source for the program information and services the EDD provides.Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes.
At the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), red tape is preventing the removal of a top level employee accused of viewing porn two to six hours a day while at work, since 2010.
I hired a very talented employee a month ago part-time and this has triggered a stir ever since.
The employee is talented, creative, innovative, courteous, generous and very intelligent.
The battle over the Employee Free Choice Act continues in Congress and in PR campaigns across the county.
The EFCA, seen as the most important power struggle between labor and business in a generation, was introduced in the House of Representatives and the Senate on March 10th.