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4 Aug, 2021

Just say no to drugs?  How Iowa law requires extraordinary efforts by employers to enforce a drug testing policy

2021-07-31T07:14:46-05:00August 4th, 2021|Construction Contractor Advisor|

The illegal use of drugs by employees presents a host of issues for employers – from safety to work place errors to morale.  A well thought out and written drug testing policy has been a key tool in an employer’s tool box to manage its workforce and to prevent potentially catastrophic results from illegal drug use at work.  However, at least in Iowa, the task of creating and complying with [...]

11 Aug, 2011

Worker’s Comp and Nebraska Producers: What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You — PART I

2018-04-23T20:50:33-05:00August 11th, 2011|Farm Management, Nebraska Litigation & Trial Advisor|

If you operate a small farm or livestock operation in Nebraska, you are probably used tobeing exempt from providing worker’s compensation coverage to your employees. But in 2003, the Nebraska legislature changed the law. Although most small producers continue to be exempt under the 2003 amendments, the law imposes certain requirements that must be followed in order to keep exempt status. In particular, producers who only employ relatives, or employ less than ten full-time, non-related employees, can typically [...]

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