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NLRB is Poised to Find "Joint Employer" Relationships Just About Everywhere

As we have previously reported, on July 29, Richard Griffin, General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, announced his intention to charge McDonald's USA, LLC, as a "joint employer" with its franchisees in a series of…more

Employer Liability Issues, Franchises, Joint Employers, McDonalds, NLRB

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Employment law changes will be coming with the Trump Administration: What should employers expect?

Today is Inauguration Day, and it is safe to assume that significant policy and enforcement changes will be made during the presidency of Donald J. Trump. Those changes will include new judges on the federal courts, new…more

DOL, EEO-1, Equal Pay, FMLA, Maternity Leave

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Less Than A Month To Go! Are You Ready For The FLSA Overtime Rule?

The holiday season is almost upon us, and with it comes one of the largest “gifts” the U.S. Department of Labor has ever provided – the new Final Rule on overtime exemptions, which will, in all likelihood, take effect as…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Non-Exempt Employees, Over-Time

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Employers Can Breathe A Sigh Of Relief Come December 1: Court Strikes Down Overtime Rule

The new regulations that would have more than doubled the salary threshold for Administrative, Executive, and Professional exemptions from the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act – due to take…more

DOL, FLSA, Minimum Salary, Over-Time, Preliminary Injunctions

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Are Your Federal Contractor Employees Required To Have Privacy Training?

The Federal Acquisition Regulations were recently updated to include a requirement that certain federal contractors provide privacy training to some of their employees. The training obligation does not apply to all employees of…more

Data Security, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Federal Contractors, Personally Identifiable Information, Training Requirements

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New Jersey “Marital Status” Protection Applies to All Types of Marital Status, State Supreme Court Says

The New Jersey Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination includes protection for separated, divorcing and divorced employees. The LAD prohibits discrimination based on, among other…more

Divorce, Family Status Discrimination, Marital Status, Wrongful Termination

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Retailer - Fall 2014

Counting the Cost of Payroll Cards: Are they Worth it for Employers? Retailers, as well as other employers, have grown to rely on payroll cards to compensate employees who may not have bank accounts. What are the legal risks of…more

ADA, Criminal Background Checks, Cybersecurity, Disability, EEOC

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Retailer - Fall 2016

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Don’t let a “crowd crush” ruin the holiday retail season for your brick-and-mortar employees - As more consumers move to shopping online, retailers expect to lose some in-person traffic at stores this…more

Black Friday, Employer Liability Issues, Holidays, OSHA, Retailers

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BREAKING: FMCSA Announces National Drug And Alcohol Testing Clearinghouse For Commercial Truck, Bus Drivers

The day has finally come. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced Friday that it had issued a Final Rule establishing a drug and alcohol clearinghouse for holders of…more

Commercial Truck Drivers, Drug Testing, FMCSA, Screening Procedures, Trucking Industry

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Have Employees In California? Be Sure You Know The New Rules On Personnel File Requests, Effective 1/1/13

California rings in the new year with a change in law for employers dealing with requests for personnel files from employees and former employees. Under current law, employers generally must give employees (and apparently former…more

Personnel Records

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What To Make Of The Wage And Hour Division's Voluntary Compliance Agreement With The Subway Franchise System

On July 26, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division entered into a “Voluntary Agreement” with the franchisor of the Subway brand, known as Doctor’s Associates, Inc., and its affiliates. The agreement reads…more

Corporate Counsel, DOL, FLSA, Franchisee, Joint Employers

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It’s Official: Temps And Regular Employees Can Be Combined In One Bargaining Unit, NLRB Says

The National Labor Relations Board is again changing the rules for employers, but the outcome is not really a surprise. The NLRB ruled 3-1 in Miller & Anderson, Inc., that unions can combine in a single bargaining unit…more

Browning-Ferris Industries of California Inc., Collective Bargaining, Joint Employers, NLRB, Staffing Agencies

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Data Theft And What’s “Tangible”: New York Appellate Division Reinstates Conviction Of Former Goldman Sachs Programmer Sergey Aleynikov

The law often lags behind developments in the tech world. One problem for employers seeking to protect their data is that some anti-theft and trade secret protection laws drafted long ago refer to “goods” and “tangible” items…more

Data Protection, Data Theft, Economic Espionage Act, Misappropriation, Non-Disclosure Agreement

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The EEOC And Wellness Programs: The Other Shoe Drops! (But It's Not That Bad)

Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a proposed rule on employer wellness programs and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. The GINA proposal accompanies a proposed rule on employer wellness…more

ADA, Affordable Care Act, EEOC, GINA, HIPAA

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Reminder: Fair Credit Reporting Act Compliance and Reporting Changes Effective January 1, 2013

The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act was enacted in 1971 to regulate the consumer credit reporting industry. Employers that use and request consumer background checks from consumer reporting agencies are automatically subject…more

Background Checks, Credit Reports, Criminal Background Checks, FCRA, Notice Requirements

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New And Improved “Work Card” Process Should Make Things Easier For Foreign Workers

Effective January 17, new regulations have eased somewhat the issues that many foreign workers have faced with renewing their Employment Authorization Documents, also commonly referred to as “work cards.” Under the old…more

Employment Authorization Documents (EAD), Foreign Workers, Immigration and Nationality Act, USCIS

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Fast Food Employers In The Empire State: 10 Wage-And-Hour Issues On The Horizon

Employers across New York State will be ringing in the new year with wage increases — particularly those in the hospitality industry, who face additional increases for qualifying "fast food" workers. This update summarizes the…more

Fast-Food Industry, Hospitality Industry, Minimum Wage, Wage and Hour

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What’s The World Coming To? Federal OT Rule Is More Employee-Friendly Than California Law!

Well, not exactly. But some natural phenomena occur only once or twice in a lifetime—like Halley’s Comet, or the turn of the Millennium, or the Mets winning the pennant. Another one happened today: the FLSA has become more…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Minimum Salary, Over-Time

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Massachusetts Expands Protections To Transgender Individuals

As of October 1, “places of public accommodation” in Massachusetts will be prohibited from discriminating based on gender identity. That is, persons accessing a “place of public accommodation” must be permitted to use…more

Civil Rights Act, EEOC, Gender Identity, Title VII, Transgender

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New Standard May Make It Easier For Foreign Nationals To Get National Interest Waiver

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Administrative Appeals Office has issued a precedent decision in Matter of Dhanasar that sets new and broader standards for assessing eligibility for permanent resident status under…more

Administrative Appeal Office, Administrative Appeals, Foreign Nationals, Labor Certifications, National Interest Waiver

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Are Police-Worn Body Cameras A Mandatory Subject Of Bargaining?

Whether justified or not, the recent spate of high-profile police shooting cases throughout the United States has brought national attention to the issue of whether law enforcement officers should be using body cameras while on…more

Body Worn Cameras, Collective Bargaining, Law Enforcement, Police, Police Brutality

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Denied again! Two federal courts block Trump’s latest “travel ban” Executive Order

Like the first Executive Order, President Trump’s latest “travel ban,” which was to take effect today, has been blocked nationwide by federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland. Although both court orders are intended to apply…more

Executive Orders, Foreign Nationals, Refugees, Travel Ban, Trump Administration

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The Massachusetts Wage Act: A New Incentive for Employers to Pay Up

Since July 2008, Massachusetts employers have been subject to automatic treble damages (that is, three times the amount of any award) for violations of the Massachusetts Wage Act, M.G.L. c. 149, §§ 148-150. Nearly seven years…more

Labor Law Violations, PTO, Termination, Treble Damages, Wage Act

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Is The New EEO-1 Form Here To Stay? Maybe Yes, And Maybe No . . .

As we have previously reported, the new EEO-1 Form is set to be used as of March 31, 2018, for the October-December “snapshot” period in 2017. The new form will require federal contractors and employers with 100 or more…more

Data Collection, EEO-1, EEOC, Employer Liability Issues, Equal Pay

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The EEOC And Wellness Programs: The Other Shoe Drops! (But It's Not That Bad)

Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a proposed rule on employer wellness programs and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. The GINA proposal accompanies a proposed rule on employer wellness…more

ADA, Affordable Care Act, EEOC, GINA, HIPAA

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Guidance for employers on the Zika virus

Within the past few days, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed the transmission of the Zika virus by mosquitoes to individuals in Miami-Dade and Broward counties in Florida. Before this confirmation, the…more

ADA, Business Travel, CDC, OSHA, Popular

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Proposed Overtime Rule Would More Than Double Salary Threshold For Exempt Employees, With Automatic Yearly Increases

On June 30, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor released its long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, proposing changes to the executive, administrative, professional, and highly-compensated employee…more

DOL, Exempt-Employees, FLSA, Multi-Factor Test, Proposed Regulation

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Supreme Court’s Constructive Discharge Decision Makes Sense for Employers and Employees

Monday’s Supreme Court decision in Green v. Brennan, holding that the time for an employee to bring a constructive discharge claim begins running from the date that resignation is tendered, will probably make timeliness…more

Constructive Discharge, Green v Brennan, Hiring & Firing, Popular, Race Discrimination

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An Open Love Letter to Justice Clarence Thomas

I admit it. I have a crush on Justice Thomas. Today’s unanimous Supreme Court opinion in CRST Van Expedited, Inc. v. EEOC – holding that a merit-based dismissal is not necessary for a defendant to qualify as the “prevailing…more

Attorney's Fees, EEOC, EEOC v CRST Van Expedited, Prevailing Party, SCOTUS

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Labor Nominee Andrew Puzder's Advocacy For Franchises Has Made Him The Target Of Worker Groups

Andrew Puzder, President Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Labor, is now a household name. You probably know that he is the Chief Executive Officer of CKE Restaurants, Inc., the corporate franchisor of the Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr…more

NLRB, Secretary of Labor, Trump Administration, Wage and Hour

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Trojan Horse In The 2015 Budget Agreement: OSHA Can (And Undoubtedly Will) Raise Penalties By 82 Percent

Wow! How did this happen? Buried in the fine print of the recent budget agreement between Congress and the White House, and seemingly slipped in at the last minute with no one claiming responsibility for the change, the…more

Employer Liability Issues, Enforcement, OSHA, Penalties, Statutory Penalties

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Labor and Employment Law in a Trump Administration

How will employers fare under a Trump Administration? We’ve asked for comment from the thought leaders and heads of the practice areas that are likely to be affected the most. Affirmative Action/OFCCP Compliance Will…more

EEO-1, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, LGBT, OFCCP

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Massachusetts Beefs Up Its Pay Equity Law

Yesterday Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) signed into law amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act, M.G.L. c. 149, s. 105A, which were passed by unanimous votes in the state House and Senate. Although Massachusetts has…more

Equal Pay, Equal Pay Act, Gender-Based Pay Discrimination, NLRA, Wage and Hour

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Is Paid Family Leave In Employers’ Future?

Employers get ready. Paid family leave is coming. The latest move comes from Missouri Governor Eric Greitens (R), who granted paid parental leave to all state executive branch employees by executive order on March 13, 2017…more

Employer Liability Issues, Paid Leave, Parental Leave, Wage and Hour

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Massachusetts High Court Provides Helpful Guidance to Employers Regarding Damages and Releases Under Wage Act

On December 17, 2012, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court issued a wide-ranging opinion that clarifies the limitations on damages that employees can seek under G.L. c. 149, §§ 148 and 150 ("Wage Act") when an employee…more

Independent Contractors, Misclassification, Over-Time, Statute of Limitations, Tolling

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OFCCP Issues Updated “Pay Transparency” Notices

Although the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has not announced a requirement that contractors update their Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision, the agency has updated its required posters and…more

Executive Orders, Federal Contractors, NLRA, OFCCP, Pay Transparency

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Call the Doctor! Paid sick leave is on the way for (many) federal contractors

The date for the U.S. Secretary of Labor to issue regulations establishing paid sick leave for covered employees of certain federal contractors is fast approaching. By way of background, on September 7, 2015, President…more

Barack Obama, Davis-Bacon Act, DOL, Executive Orders, Federal Contractors

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Denied again! Two federal courts block Trump’s latest “travel ban” Executive Order

Like the first Executive Order, President Trump’s latest “travel ban,” which was to take effect today, has been blocked nationwide by federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland. Although both court orders are intended to apply…more

Executive Orders, Foreign Nationals, Refugees, Travel Ban, Trump Administration

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Executive Labor Summary - January / February 2017

NEWS & ANALYSIS - Better times ahead at the NLRB, but it may take a while - For nearly eight years, the National Labor Relations Board has been in the majority control of Democratic appointees of President Obama. During…more

Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA), NLRA, NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Trump Administration

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Pros and cons of “resign to run” laws for elected officials

During this election season, we thought it would be timely to bring up what are commonly referred to as “resign to run” laws. So-called “resign to run” laws require that before an elected official may run for a different…more

Public Employees, Public Officials, Resignation

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Rulemaking May Be Needed For OSHA To Include Union Reps In Inspections Of Non-Union Worksites, Judge Finds

As you may recall, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a doozy of an Interpretation Letter back in 2013 allowing employees at non-union workplaces to designate non-employees, including “outsider” union…more

Non-Union, OSHA, Union Representatives, Workplace Safety

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EEOC Follows Through: Comp Data Will Be Required In EEO-1 Reports

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced yesterday that it will require employers with 100 or more employees to include compensation data in their annual EEO-1 reports. Employers will be required to provide this…more

EEO-1, EEOC, Federal Contractors, FOIA, OFCCP

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Better Late Than Never? DOL Sues U.S. Steel Over Injury-Reporting Policy

The U.S. Department of Labor recently filed suit against United States Steel Corporation, alleging that the company's injury-reporting policy violates §11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. The suit claims that the…more

Corporate Counsel, DOL, Enforcement, OSHA, Popular

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Massachusetts Expands Protections To Transgender Individuals

As of October 1, “places of public accommodation” in Massachusetts will be prohibited from discriminating based on gender identity. That is, persons accessing a “place of public accommodation” must be permitted to use…more

Civil Rights Act, EEOC, Gender Identity, Title VII, Transgender

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Bipartisan CA Paycheck Fairness Bill Aims to Enhance Pay Equality and End Salary Secrecy

Wait. Doesn’t California already have an equal pay law? Well, yes. In fact, California has prohibited wage discrimination on the basis of sex since 1949, long before pay discrimination was prohibited by federal law. However, as…more

Best Management Practices, Employer Liability Issues, Enforcement Authority, Equal Pay, Equal Pay Act

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The Dissenter’s Uprising: Miscimarra to lead Republican-majority NLRB

Philip A. Miscimarra was nominated to the National Labor Relations Board by President Obama in April 2013. Mr. Miscimarra was quickly confirmed by the Senate and began his term in August 2013. Previously a management-side labor…more

Browning-Ferris Industries of California Inc., Joint Employers, NLRA, NLRB, Trump Administration

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Good news for franchisors from the U.S. Department of Labor?

We write to alert our clients and contacts about some positive comments made by the acting Solicitor General pertinent to franchise entities. Specifically, as reported today in Law 360, acting Solicitor General Nicholas Geale…more

DOL, Franchisee, Franchisors, Joint Employers

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The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016: A New Federal Claim for Misappropriation

What is Coca-Cola’s secret recipe? How does Thomas’ English Muffins get all those “Nooks & Crannies”® in its muffins? And how does Krispy Kreme make its signature lighter-than-air doughnuts? These are the type of trade secrets…more

Asset Seizure, Confidentiality Agreements, Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), Economic Espionage Act, Ex Parte

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H-1B Visa - 2016 Filing Season

Starting April 1, 2016, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will begin accepting H-1B visa petition filings – subject to the annual cap – for the next fiscal year, which begins October 1, 2016…more

Employment Authorization Documents (EAD), Foreign Workers, H-1B, USCIS, Work Visas

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NLRB is Poised to Find "Joint Employer" Relationships Just About Everywhere

As we have previously reported, on July 29, Richard Griffin, General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, announced his intention to charge McDonald's USA, LLC, as a "joint employer" with its franchisees in a series of…more

Employer Liability Issues, Franchises, Joint Employers, McDonalds, NLRB

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“Free To Be . . . You And Me”: The 11th Circuit’s Strange LGBT Decision

This latest decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on sexual orientation discrimination is weird. A panel of the court found 2-1 in Evans v. Georgia Regional Hospital that the plaintiff did not have a…more

EEOC, Employer Liability Issues, LGBT, Sex Discrimination, Sexual Orientation Discrimination

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OSHA Provides Guidance On Its New “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” Rule

The recent settlement of a whistleblower case brought under Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act has provided the first guidance by OSHA of its expectations under the new §1904.35 “Reasonable Reporting…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, DOL, OSHA, Popular, Reporting Requirements

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Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces and its “executioner”: The Congressional Review Act

The U.S. Senate has passed, 49-48, a resolution of disapproval of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces rule. The resolution of disapproval passed the House in February. If the President signs the resolution, as is expected,…more

Blacklist, Congressional Review Act, Disclosure Requirements, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors

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Court Refuses To Block OSHA’s New Anti-Retaliation Rule That Restricts Post-Accident Drug Testing And Safety Incentive Programs

A federal judge in Dallas, Texas, decided Monday that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration could begin enforcing the anti-retaliation provisions of its new “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” rule starting tomorrow…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, Drug Testing, Incentives, OSHA, Workplace Injury

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New York State REVOKES Rule On Wage Payment By Direct Deposit Or Debit Card – Would Have Taken Effect March 7

A regulation issued by the New York State Department of Labor that governed the payment of employees by direct deposit or payroll debit card has been revoked by the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals. The Board said the…more

Debit Cards, Direct Deposit, Employer Liability Issues, Payroll Cards, Wage and Hour

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President Obama’s labor and employment legacy

Notwithstanding what might happen over the next four (or eight) years, there is no question that President Barak Obama has left his mark on labor and employment law in some very important ways. Even if President-Elect Trump’s…more

Barack Obama, DOL, EEOC, Equal Pay, Executive Orders

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Is Paid Family Leave In Employers’ Future?

Employers get ready. Paid family leave is coming. The latest move comes from Missouri Governor Eric Greitens (R), who granted paid parental leave to all state executive branch employees by executive order on March 13, 2017…more

Employer Liability Issues, Paid Leave, Parental Leave, Wage and Hour

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DOL Delays Enforcement Of Companionship Exemption Rule, But Private Lawsuits Against Employers Can Carry On

On October 9, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor announced that it would delay enforcement of the 2013 Final Rule regarding the companionship exemption to the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the…more

Companionship Exemptions, DOL, Enforcement, FLSA, Minimum Wage

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NEW ADMINISTRATION, NEW RULES: “Am I a fiduciary or not?”

As anticipated, and consistent with his stance on reducing government regulation, President Trump signed an executive order late last week directing a review of the retirement plan fiduciary rule (the Dodd-Frank Wall Street…more

Dodd-Frank, DOL, Executive Orders, Fiduciary Rule, Presidential Memorandum

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Q And A About Employee “Political Protest” Strikes

We reported yesterday on the immigrant strikes expected nationwide today and tomorrow, and whether the strikers are protected under the National Labor Relations Act. Here is a more in-depth look at the issue. Q-This week…more

Employer Liability Issues, NLRA, NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Strike

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Rulemaking May Be Needed For OSHA To Include Union Reps In Inspections Of Non-Union Worksites, Judge Finds

As you may recall, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a doozy of an Interpretation Letter back in 2013 allowing employees at non-union workplaces to designate non-employees, including “outsider” union…more

Non-Union, OSHA, Union Representatives, Workplace Safety

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New voluntary self-ID (disability) form is now available

On January 31, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs announced that the voluntary self-identification form for individuals with disabilities has been renewed through 2020. The renewed form remains the same with the…more

Disability, Federal Contractors, OFCCP, Self-Identification

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OSHA Provides Guidance On Its New “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” Rule

The recent settlement of a whistleblower case brought under Section 11(c) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act has provided the first guidance by OSHA of its expectations under the new §1904.35 “Reasonable Reporting…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, DOL, OSHA, Popular, Reporting Requirements

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It’s Official: Temps And Regular Employees Can Be Combined In One Bargaining Unit, NLRB Says

The National Labor Relations Board is again changing the rules for employers, but the outcome is not really a surprise. The NLRB ruled 3-1 in Miller & Anderson, Inc., that unions can combine in a single bargaining unit…more

Browning-Ferris Industries of California Inc., Collective Bargaining, Joint Employers, NLRB, Staffing Agencies

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UPDATE: House votes to disapprove Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Rule

Yesterday the U.S. House of Representatives voted to permanently block implementation of the Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Rule, also known as the contractor “Blacklisting Rule.” With a 236-187 vote, the joint resolution…more

Blacklist, Congressional Review Act, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors

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E-Discovery And Information Governance: A Team Effort

Your company creates a vast amount of data every day. Information about profit margins, business plans, and employees – you name it, it’s probably on your system. But if you are faced with a class action lawsuit, do you have a…more

Discovery, Electronically Stored Information, Information Governance

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Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces is mostly gone — but not the pay transparency part

Federal contractors were thrilled when Judge Marcia Crone issued a preliminary injunction in late October against President Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order. But Judge Crone’s decision did not block the…more

Executive Orders, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, Federal Contractors, Labor Law Violations, Pay Transparency

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Retailer - Fall 2014

Counting the Cost of Payroll Cards: Are they Worth it for Employers? Retailers, as well as other employers, have grown to rely on payroll cards to compensate employees who may not have bank accounts. What are the legal risks of…more

ADA, Criminal Background Checks, Cybersecurity, Disability, EEOC

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