Hurricane Winds Don't Blow Over Employers' Legal Duties

By Matthew Bultman (October 13, 2016, 3:45 PM EDT) -- As businesses from Florida to North Carolina work to get up and running in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, companies are largely focused on building repairs and recouping lost revenue. But attorneys say there may also be key employment law considerations that arise after a natural disaster, from wage-and-hour concerns to workplace safety....

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