The Sixth Circuit decision in Booth v. Nissan North America, Inc. may have serious implications for employers regarding compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Although the significant language is contained in a footnote of the decision, the Sixth Circuit advises that...
Bus to Business Day is taking place all over Kentucky on October 2, 2019! It is a statewide campaign to engage businesses with K-12 students and increase career awareness and promote opportunities to the future workforce.
Earlier this year, our firm had the chance to work with an unpaid intern from a local high school. We were excited for this opportunity for many reasons, including the fact that Foundations conducts a lot of training on generational differences in the workplace. We were looking forward to having a Gen Zer in our midst!
The Kentucky Supreme Court decision in Northern Kentucky Area Development District v. Snyder changed the landscape of employment contracts across the Commonwealth. In its decision, the Court held that the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) did not preempt then-enacted KRS § 336.700(2) and to that end, employers could not compel an employee to agree to arbitration as a condition of future or continued employment.