For nearly two decades, Sanjuana Maltos would travel to Wisconsin from her home in Texas to work from June to November for the state’s cannery companies.Read More »
Practitioners don’t know exactly what to expect from Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to eliminate the independent commission that now reviews administrative-law judges’ decisions in workers’ compensation, jobless-benefits and equal-rights cases.Read More »
A little while back, I was informed that somebody who plays for the Milwaukee Brewers had injured himself playing basketball and would be out for the beginning of the baseball season, if not longer.Read More »
Under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act ("WFEA"), the circumstances of the pending criminal charge must be substantially related to the circumstances of the team member's particular job before a job offer may be rescinded due an arrest and/or conviction record. What exactly does that mean?
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