After acting promptly and surely to identify and address the problem, the next step is aiding the employee in working out a positive resolution.
What an overseas company should do when its employee is arrested for a minor criminal offense in the U.S.
Swift and sure action is needed to resolve the employee’s U.S. legal problem and to minimize the damage the matter might cause to the employee’s ability to travel to the United States to conduct the company’s business.
Michael Wu had what he describes as a “nomadic” upbringing.
Three years after the effective date of the latest revision to regulations under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), issues concerning the FMLA continue to be a focus of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the courts.