Cheryl Wilke Authors Article Discussing Temporary Staffing and OSHA Regulations
Cheryl Wilke authored the article "Mixed Messages: In a world of temporary staffing, who keeps the OSHA reports?" published by Staffing Industry Review on February 22, 2016.
The article examines whether private staffing companies have any obligations under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Ms. Wilke demonstrates this issue by analyzing OSHA 300 Logs, which require employers to provide a listing of all injuries and illnesses on a job site.
Cheryl Wilke focuses her practice in the representation of employers in labor and employment matters, including litigation of FLSA, Title VII and retaliatory cases. She counsels on all aspects of employer / employee relations, including business litigation, regulatory compliance, employment defense litigation and workers’ compensation matters.
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