I thought it only appropriate to start this week's review with a picture from the balcony where I did a lot of this week's reading.
Anyhow, back to reality.
Wayne Schiess's legal-writing blog reports that Congress has passed something called the Plain Language in Government Communications Act of 2008. If laws start being written in plain English, what am I going to do for a living?
The Labor and Employment Law Blog provides 13 factors to consider in conducting a proper workplace investigation.
SCOTUS Blog tells us that the Supreme Court is considering taking up the scope of Title VII's religious exemption.
Law.com discusses the intersection between family-friendly workplaces and family responsibility discrimination.
Finally, BLR's HR Daily Advisor enlightens employers as to the pitfalls that await those who misclassify non-exempt employees as exempt.