An employee claims his employer retaliated against him for collecting workers’ comp benefits. What did a court think about his claim?
Navigating state medical marijuana laws isn’t getting any easier.
Employees injured in vehicle crashes on their way to or from their job usually don’t receive workers’ comp benefits for their injuries. Courts have recognized exceptions – but not in this case where an employee gave a co-worker a ride.
A recent survey shows which workers are more likely to sleep while on the job, including four safety-sensitive industries.
Some are household names. Some you’ve probably never heard of. But they share one thing in common: They find themselves on a group’s list of companies that put workers and communities at risk due to unsafe practices.
The FBI recently stated in a report, “We now live in the age of public shootings.” Here’s the training program Best Buy developed to defend against this growing safety threat.
A court has ruled that a state’s so-called “Bring Your Guns to Work Act” doesn’t provide immunity to liability for an employer whose employee accidentally shot a man while carrying a gun.
This worker wasn’t able to go back to his job after suffering injuries when he was tackled during horseplay. The injured worker sued the employer. Is the employer liable?
More than 37,000 people were killed in traffic crashes in the U.S. in 2016. A safety group has ranked states by the number of laws they’ve passed to reduce that number.