Tag Archives: employment law

Responding to a Crisis: How Human Resources Can Make Things Better, Not Worse

Cody Elliott and Mike Porter, two Miller Nash partners, were published in Constructor Magazine, a publication of Associated General Contractors. The link to the full story is available below. Just as unforeseen site conditions can test a contractor’s problem-solving skills, unexpected events can test a construction employer’s crisis-management readiness. Crises can hit at any time, and … Continue Reading

Washington Employees Can Waive Their Meal Breaks

This article was originally published as one of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s News You Can Use e-flashes, our occasional e-mail newsletter focusing on the latest developments in employment law and labor relations. From The Ground Up editor George Kaai felt that this information would be useful to those in the development industry. If you are interested … Continue Reading

Employment Law Issues for the Development Industry

Recently, several of my colleagues have written articles on employment law issues, ranging from best hiring practices to Oregon’s new minimum-wage laws. Since employment issues are prevalent in all industries, including development, it dawned on me that I should capture and consolidate a few of these resources from time to time and share them on … Continue Reading
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