Pullman & Comley - Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Law

Coming to a workplace near you: “legal” bi-weekly pay, direct deposit and pay cards

A prominent portion of Connecticut workplaces provide payment to employees via a bi-weekly pay check, with the weekly pay check almost an anachronism. In addition, many workplaces pay their employees by “direct deposit” of wages…more
| Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law

Does The Federal Trade Secrets Act Make A Difference For Connecticut Employers?

The federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (the President signed it on May 11th) went on the books with a lot of fanfare. For the first time, employers (and other trade secret owners) have a federal law claim for trade secret…more
| Civil Remedies, Commercial Law & Contracts, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment Law

House Passes Small Business Healthcare Relief Act

Despite repeated guidance from the IRS that employer payment plans violate insurance reforms under the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”), many small employers continue this arrangement of reimbursing employees for their cost of…more
| Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law, Health, Taxation

What Is Termination For Cause?

“At-will” employment is an established legal principle in Connecticut. Most non-unionized Connecticut employers publish a statement to employees, either in an employee handbook or employment application materials or both, that…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

The Aftermath: Developments From The 2016 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting The Workplace

The 2016 session of the Connecticut General Assembly has just concluded, along with subsequent “special sessions.” Most prominently from an employment law standpoint, the General Assembly passed (and the Governor signed)…more
| Administrative Law, Elections & Politics, Health, Labor & Employment Law, Worker’s Compensation

Measuring FMLA Leave Entitlement

Employers with 75 or more employees are subject to both the federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act. The two laws are similar in many respects; the most significant difference for…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Arbitrators Have The Right To Be Wrong: The Second Circuit Speaks About “Deflategate” (And What’s Next)

When we last wrote about “Deflategate”, Tom Brady, the National Football League Players Association [“NFLPA”] and New England Patriots fans were basking in the glory of the reversal of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

Government Releases New Overtime Exemption Rule

On May 17, 2016, the United States Department of Labor finally released its long-awaited new rule for determining which American workers are entitled to overtime pay – time-and-a-half for hours above forty in any workweek – and…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Travel Time Is Paid Time, Sometimes

Employment typically requires an employee to commute from home to work, and home again at the end of the workday. Department of Labor regulations interpreting the Fair Labor Standards Act recognize that the typical morning and…more
| Labor & Employment Law

New Noncompete Restrictions Pass Connecticut General Assembly

Connecticut now has one more legislative restriction on noncompetition agreements to join the prohibitions of noncompetes on security guards and radio and TV personalities (and lawyers, but that is not a legislative…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Health, Labor & Employment Law

The Proper Response When an Employer Learns That an Absence Might Be Protected By FMLA

Regulations enforcing the state and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts (note: FMLA is applicable to employers with at least 50 employees) require an employee to give 30 days’ advance notice when the need for leave is…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employers Have Flexibility in Applying the Professional Exemption

The basic premise of the Fair Labor Standards Act with regard to overtime pay is that all employees are to be paid overtime unless they qualify for an exemption. Among the exemptions are the three categories known as “white…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Post-Friedrichs, The Agency Fee Ground Is Still Shaking Mightily, But For A Different Reason

Agency fee contract provisions in collective bargaining agreements that require public sector bargaining unit employees, as a condition of employment, to pay the union for the cost of contract administration, grievance…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Education, Labor & Employment Law

Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Speaks: March 2016

The General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee was active before its March 17, 2016 deadline for approving bills, voting favorably and advancing many bills out of committee…more
| Elections & Politics, Labor & Employment Law, Worker’s Compensation

Employee Separation Agreements – A Refresher, Part Three

My first two posts on this topic have discussed provisions that must – under federal law, specifically the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act – be included in employee separation agreements if the employee’s release of…more
| Civil Rights, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law
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