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Sleep Time, Pay Time
January 22, 2015
Although employers may not be keen on paying employees for just relaxing and not doing work, if you require an employee to be available on an on-call or standby status, that time may qualify as hours worked depending on how much you restrict his/her ability to actually have free time.

Termination For Misconduct Not Discriminatory
January 22, 2015
State and federal laws prohibit employers from taking adverse employment actions because of an employee’s disability. However, employers still have an obligation to prevent violence in the workplace and can enforce legitimate conduct standards such as prohibitions on violence or threats of violence.

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