Ohio Employers Boosting Pay, Benefits to Attract Workers in Tight Labor Market
Written by Mark Williams, The Columbus Dispatch
About two-thirds of the 150 business owners surveyed for PNC Bank’s fall economic survey say they’ve taken one or more steps in response to the labor conditions."
Protecting Confidential Information and Trade Secrets When Employees Leave the Company
This article is Danielle Ochs at Ogletree Deakins, answers employers’ frequently asked questions about the intricacies that arise when an employee with valuable information leaves the company.
What can employers do at the start of the employment relationship to protect their trade secrets and confidential information...
How Wage and Hour Coverage Can Safeguard Your Business: Understanding Employment Practices Liability Insurance
This blog is by author Dario Nalli, Oswald.
If labor laws are complicated and expected to change, how can savvy business owners protect themselves?
Cleveland Metropolitan School District puts facilities plan on hold
by Chuck Hoven of the Plain Press.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) has placed the last two segments (Segments Eight and Nine) of its Master Facilities Plan on hold while it tries to resolve a dispute with the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC)
Using BIM to Resolve Disputes and Claims
By Construction Dive's Kim Slowey
BIM can be invaluable during a dispute process when contractors and their attorneys must take a forensic look back at the project..."
Saving Performance Reviews: Why and How You Should Keep Them Around
This blog is by Lena Requist, Due.com
Reviews do serve a purpose; done correctly, your team will feel engaged and even be more productive."
The Fannie Lewis Law Still in Effect
This article is from the website of Frantz Ward LLP
The decisions were both in favor of the City of Cleveland’s “Home Rule” powers and the City’s constitutional authority to create laws relating to public improvement projects funded by the City."
Study: Prevailing Wage Repeal Fails to Deliver
With all of the news in the last few years about the repeal of state prevailing wage laws, you would think the policy behind such efforts was based upon a solid case that doing so improves a state's economy. In fact, just the opposite is true.
This ConstructionDive.com article discusses a recent study showing that the State of...
Kentucky Supreme Court Enforces Pay-if-Paid Provision
Construction Update Bullletin from Thompson Hines website.
A decision of significant import to contractors and subcontractors who perform work in Kentucky, the Kentucky Supreme Court recognized the validity of and enforced a pay-if-paid provision in a contract between a construction manager and a subcontractor."...