Why Your Workforce Should Not Be Debating Trump's Tweets!

In a tweet on July 27, 2019, President Trump described Representative Elijah Cumming’s Congressional District in Baltimore as “a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess.” On July 14, 2019, President Trump also tweeted: “So interesting to see ‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at all), now loudly… and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run. Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infest

Robert Chadwick To Speak At Brazos Valley - SHRM Conference

On September 10, 2019, Robert G. Chadwick, Jr. will be a featured speaker at the annual Brazos Valley - SHRM Business Seminar in Bryan, Texas. His topic will be "Discrimination Beneath the Surface: Unconscious Bias and Dog Whistle Bias in the Workplace." LEARN MORE

Beware Of The Follow-Up OSHA Inspection

The OSHA penalty structure is specifically designed to punish employers more severely for uncorrected hazards discovered by the agency during a previous inspection. As of January 23, 2019, the maximum fine for a willful or repeat violation is $132,598; the maximum fine for failing to correct a hazard after the prescribed abatement date is $13,260 per day. It is not surprising, therefore, that a follow-up OSHA inspection can yield significantly greater proposed penalties than an original inspection. Indeed, the largest citation ever issued by OSHA included $50.6 million in proposed fines against BP Products North America, Inc. for failing to abate hazards from a previous inspection. READ MORE

Seltzer, Chadwick, Soefje & Ladik, PLLC Sponsors UNICEF Event

On June 29, 2019, Seltzer, Chadwick, Soefje & Ladik, PLLC proudly sponsored a UNICEF event entitled "Children Uprooted: The Journey to Dallas." The moderator of this event was Amy Miller, Director of Education of the World Affairs Council Dallas/Fort Worth. Featured panelists include Bill Holman, Executive Director of the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, Mary Cedillo-Pereira, Director of the City of Dallas Office of Welcoming Communities & immigrants Affairs, Eitan Peled, UNICEF USA Child Migration & Protection Program Manager, and Dr. Hilda Loria. The featured artist is Weeda Hamdan. For more information please follow this link.

What Dallas Employers Need To Know About New Paid Sick Time Ordinance

Earlier this year, Dallas became the third Texas municipality (after Austin and San Antonio) to enact a paid sick time ordinance applicable to private employers. There is no corresponding Texas state law which mandates paid sick time in the private sector. Unlike the Austin ordinance, which was ruled unconstitutional by a Texas Appellate Court, no Texas court has yet ruled on the constitutionality of the Dallas ordinance. The Texas legislature, which adjourned in May, otherwise enacted no legislation affecting municipal paid sick time ordinances. READ MORE

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