Settling gender, race, national origin, homosexuality, retaliation, and hostile workplace allegations confidentially is still a tax deductible event. BUT, Sexual harassment settlements are no longer tax deductible!
Employers are alarmed by the recent raid of 7-11 stores throughout the US and wondering what those raids mean for businesses today. The clash of business interests and immigration policy makes employers nervous and wonder what steps can be taken to ensure their businesses are safe.
2017 was a bunker year for workplace investigations. Prior to this year, we spent a lot more time explaining what we did and why we did it. 2017 taught us several other things about workplace investigations as well.
The aftermath of an investigation can leave employees feeling raw and workgroups unconnected. The Lynch Law Firm lectures extensively on the steps a workgroup can take to regain traction after an investigation and this article explains some of those concepts.
Religious accommodations in the workplace have received a lot of attention lately and facing to make accommodations can lead to workplace investigations. This article explains the framework for receiving and making accommodations to prevent complaints and the related investigations.