Commuting

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When is a Commute Not a Commute? In a Company Car (Well, Maybe)!

In my last post, I outlined the “normal” commuting case after Congress passed the Employee Commuting Flexibility Act (ECFA). The ECFA clarified the applicability of the Portal-to-Portal Act to the payment of wages to...more

Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, It's Off to a Non-Compensable Commute We Go

If only “Heigh-Ho” from Disney’s Snow White had been written sometime in 1938, rather than 1937, maybe my FLSA-influenced version would have had a chance. O.k., on second thought, probably not. ...more

Commuting to the United States as a Permanent Resident: ‘Alien Commuters’ or ‘Green Card Commuters’

Generally, a foreign national who is a permanent resident of the United States must reside permanently in the United States or else risk losing permanent resident status. However, persons who have been granted U.S. permanent...more

Employee Not Entitled To Compensation For Time Spent Commuting To And From Job Sites And Home In Company Vehicle While Carrying...

In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that a plumbing foreman was not entitled to compensation for the time he spent commuting to and from job sites and his home at the beginning and end of his workday,...more

San Francisco Bay Area Employers Must Comply with Commuter Benefits Program by September 30, 2014

Covered San Francisco Bay Area employers without an already-existing and compliant commuter benefits plan have until September 30, 2014, to select at least one of four commuter benefit options, notify employees of how to take...more

New York’s Highest Court Allows Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Mobility Tax To Stand

It appears the legal battle to invalidate the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Mobility Tax (MCTMT) is finally over. On January 14, the New York Court of Appeals declined to review last year’s appellate court decision...more

Three New Civil Decisions Coming From Illinois Supreme Court Tomorrow Morning

The Illinois Supreme Court has announced that it expects to file opinions tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. Central time in three civil cases. They are...more

Illinois Supreme Court Holds Temporarily Relocated Union Pipefitter Not Entitled to Workers' Comp

This morning, a six-justice majority of the Illinois Supreme Court has reversed the Fourth District of the Appellate Court, holding in The Venture-Newberg-Perini, Stone & Webster v. The Illinois Workers’ Compensation...more

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