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What Employers Can Expect from the New Administration – Part 1: Executive Orders & Administrative Actions

What will a Trump administration do to the labor and employment law landscape? While we can’t predict for certain, we figure we can at least provide better insight than the pollsters who have spent the last year following the...more

Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report - December 2016

Littler's WPI Insider Report details key labor, employment, and benefits news and events at the federal, state, local, and global levels. The December edition of the Insider Report discusses recent efforts to block...more

Impact of President Trump Likely Limited for California Employers

The new president will likely bring substantial shifts in federal government policy, but California employers will be less affected by the changes because California has so many of its own employment laws. Here are some...more

Labor & Employment Law Under President-Elect Trump

In the wake of the election results, the question on everyone’s mind now is: What impact will President-Elect Trump have on employers? Trump has thus far given few details on his thoughts on labor and employment. But with...more

Employing Workers in a Trump Administration

As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump voiced many opinions about his priorities and goals for the country. Yet as President-elect Trump prepares to take office in January, employers remain uncertain as to what the...more

Government Contracting and Executive Orders Under a Trump Administration (Part Two)

How will President-Elect Trump handle paid sick leave for federal government contractors? On the campaign trail, President-Elect Trump stated he would support six weeks of paid maternity leave. But the paid sick leave...more

Post-Election Impact – What’s a Federal Contractor to Do?

Back on September 7, 2015, President Obama signed Executive Order 13706, which requires that certain federal contractors provide their employees up to fifty-six hours of paid sick leave per year. In February of this year, the...more

Government Contracting and Executive Orders Under a Trump Administration - Part One

With President-elect Trump’s victory, what is the future of President Barack Obama’s executive orders? As President Obama’s administration winds down, the Department of Labor has finalized regulations implementing several...more

What Impact Could Trump's Election Have on Employers?

The election is over. The vote is in. Donald Trump will be our 45th President. And, for the first time since 2006 (when the 109th Congress was in session during the Bush administration), come 2017, a Republican President will...more

Will President-Elect Trump Take Some Pressure Off Federal Contractors?

For the past eight years, as President Obama was unable to push much of his legislative agenda through Congress, federal contractors have faced an onslaught of increasing regulatory burdens and an aggressive enforcement...more

Election 2016: Where the Candidates Stand on Issues Affecting the Construction Industry

Here we are. The rollercoaster 2016 election is ending. Millions of Americans have voted already. Polls show a close race heading into Election Day. As the last Americans go to the voting booth, we take a look back at what...more

Department of Labor Issues Final Rule Implementing Executive Order Requiring Paid Sick Leave for Employees of Federal Contractors

On September 29, 2016, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued regulations (the “final rule”) implementing Executive Order 13706, which requires federal contractors to provide paid sick leave to their employees. According to...more

No Rest for the Weary: Breaking Down DOL’s New Paid Sick Leave Mandate for Federal Contractors

The regulatory onslaught for federal contractors just won’t stop. The “contractor blacklisting” regulations implementing Executive Order 13673, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces are set to take effect by the end of this month....more

Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Regulation, a/k/a Federal Contractor Blacklisting Regulation

On July 31, 2014, without much public attention, President Obama issued a far-reaching Executive Order, No. 13673, which requires bidders on federal contracts to disclose adverse labor law decisions under more than a dozen...more

Weekly Update Newsletter - October 2016

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS - Prohibition on Contracting With Corporations with Delinquent Taxes or a Felony Conviction - The Department of Defense (“DOD”), General Services Administration (“GSA”), and National Aeronautics...more

Department of Labor Issues Final Rule Requiring Federal Contractors to Provide Paid Sick Leave

On September 30, 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) published the Final Rule implementing President Obama’s 2015 Executive Order 13706, “Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors” (EO 13706) requiring federal...more

DOL Issues Final Rule on Federal Contractors Requiring Paid Sick Leave

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule Thursday requiring federal contractors to provide paid sick leave to employees who work on or in connection with certain federal contracts. The final rule implements...more

DOL Issues Final Rule on Government Contractor Sick Pay

The U.S. Department of Labor issued its Final Rule on Thursday, September 29, 2016, implementing a 2015 Executive Order requiring federal contractors to provide at least seven days of paid sick leave annually. Under the Final...more

BREAKING: DOL Publishes Final Rule Requiring Federal Contractors To Provide Paid Sick Leave To Employees

Today, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) published its final rule implementing Executive Order 13706 (the “Final Rule”), which requires certain federal contractors and subcontractors to provide paid sick leave to their...more

Rule Governing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors Completes OMB Review Process

As reported today in Politico, the rule effectuating Executive Order 13706 (the “Order”), which requires certain federal contractors and subcontractors to provide their workers up to seven days of paid sick leave annually,...more

Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Increase Announced – Changes Effective January 1, 2017

Monday, the Department of Labor announced an increase in the minimum wage that certain federal contractors must pay to employees. This comes as part of a planned incremental increase in the federal contractor minimum wage...more

Department of Labor Announces “Preassessment” Program For Government Contractors

Loyal readers of this blog are well aware of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order and corresponding regulations which go into effect next month. Those looking to learn more about the topic can access our recent...more

California Legislative Update: It's Now Up To The Governor

The California Legislature completed its substantive legislative work for the year in the very early morning hours of Thursday, September 1, 2016, with the usual frenetic, last-minute flurry of bill-passing, including some...more

Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report — September 2016

The September edition of Littler's Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report examines what federal agencies were up to while Congress was out of session, and discusses state and local laws that advanced in the weeks leading...more

FAR and DOL Issue Final Rule and Guidance on “Blacklisting” Executive Order

Seyfarth Synopsis: The Final Rules and Guidance on Executive Order 13673, “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” (aka “Blacklisting” Order) have been released. Despite robust comments from the contractor community, the Final Rule...more

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