New law gives Florida condos blueprint to limit premises liability
Florida’s recently enacted tort reform bill includes a new law to help condominium associations defend against negligent security premises liability claims
Does workers’ comp cover employees injured at company-sponsored events?
What happens if an employee is injured while attending a company-sponsored event? Is the injury covered under their employer’s workers’ compensation policy? Well, that depends.
FTC proposes ban on non-compete clauses for employee
The Federal Trade Commission recently proposed a new rule that would ban the use of non-compete clauses in employment agreements.
Risk of residential fire more than doubles on Thanksgiving
Did you know that the risk of a residential fire more than doubles on Thanksgiving Day?
EEOC’s new Know Your Rights poster replaces EEO is the Law poster
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released a new mandatory workplace poster entitled Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal
DOL proposes new rule for determining independent contractor status…again
The Department of Labor is proposing a new rule to determine whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Are you taking advantage of Cybersecurity Awareness Month?
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This year’s theme, See Yourself in Cyber, is meant to communicate the fact that cybersecurity ultimately depends on people.
Are you ready for Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022?
It’s time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022! This year’s theme—See Yourself in Cyber is meant to demonstrate that cybersecurity is ultimately about people. Instead of promoting weekly themes, this year’s focus is on promoting four key behaviors.
Florida minimum wage increasing by $1 on September 30th
In case you forgot, Florida’s minimum wage is increasing by $1 at the end of the month. On September 30, 2022, Florida’s minimum wage will increase to $11 per hour.
Florida employers may be paying less for workers’ compensation insurance in 2023
Florida employers may be paying less for workers’ compensation insurance in 2023. The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is recommending an overall average rate level decrease of 8.4 percent for next year.
What can employers do to help employees with surging inflation?
Inflation. Inflation. Inflation. That seems to be what everyone is talking about these days, and with good reason. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the year-over-year consumer price index jumped 9.1 percent in June 2022.
Florida condominiums preparing for initial structural integrity reserve study
Florida condominium associations are now required to complete a structural integrity reserve study for buildings that are three or more stories high.
- Page 1 of 8
- Next page