Ohio Medical Marijuana Law Addresses Employment

Law Effective September 6, 2016 A new law in Ohio allows a patient to use medical marijuana if certain conditions are met. Key provisions of the law that affect employers are highlighted below. Medical Marijuana and the Workplace Among other things, the law does not: • Require an employer … [Read more...]

When Do You Have To Pay Terminated Employees?

Every now and again, we all have certain employees that need to be let go. While an involuntary termination is never a pleasant event, care should be taken with final pay to avoid complicating the matter and possibly incurring more expenses. Each state has its own laws that dictate when employees … [Read more...]

How Wage-Hour Laws Create Risks

Federal investigators with the Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division (WHD) routinely look for companies and organizations with illegal pay practices. The WHD enforces the federal minimum wage, overtime pay, record-keeping, child labor and other requirements of the Fair Labor Standards … [Read more...]