This is a complicated question, and this is a new and evolving area of the law. All nonprofits should have an e-workplace policy.
When an employee’s mental health behavior is negatively impacting your workplace, what can you do?
An employee with a disability requests intermittent leave as an accommodation. But coming to work is an essential function of the job.
Can nonprofit employees get fired for posting negative comments about their employer on their private social media accounts?
What to do about an employee that appears to be under the influence, but isn’t drinking on the job and it doesn’t seem to affect performance?
Individuals can be personally liable for unpaid wages and other remedies under the FLSA and possibly also under state law.
Consult a labor law professional to check federal and state laws before firing an employee for excessive absences or with a known disability.
Do you need to accommodate the use of medical marijuana when making a hiring decision or for current employees?
Ask Rita explores whether an employee’s work as a surrogate qualifies as a second job that is in conflict with her employer’s agency.
Take these guidelines into consideration when adopting alternative work arrangements for your staff.