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13 Changes To California Law In 2014: What Employers Need To Know

Every new year brings employment law changes for California’s employers and, while the Affordable Care Act has taken the spotlight for 2014, a vast array of employment laws deserve special attention from California employers...more

‘Tis The Season for Massachusetts’ Temporary Employees

The holiday shopping season is known for its long lines, steep sales and mall traffic jams, but it also prompts retailers and other businesses to hire a wave of temporary, seasonal employees to increase staffing levels during...more

Labor Letter, December 2013: Was It A Good Year Or Bad Year? The 2013 Employment Law Year In Review

It's pretty common each December to take stock and look back at the year that is ending, whether it’s recounting the happy times and counting one’s blessings, or reliving the disappointments and ruing over the regrets (and...more

October’s key changes in employment law

Nicholas Jew, a Partner in our Birmingham office comments: One of the less welcome employment law reforms implemented by the Coalition government has been the decision to do away with the practice that new employment law is...more

Tips For Setting Employees’ Salaries And Benefits For MultiNational Companies

Setting the correct salary is never easy and is more an art than a science. In the current economic climate the market fluctuates according to industry, geographical location, budgetary constraints and a whole host of other...more

Employment Law in Costa Rica: A Country Protective of its Employees and Natural Environment

On January 9, 2013 it was reported in thecostaricanews.com that the Costa Rican government has announced a new aggressive policy to attract foreign investment. According to the article, the government of Costa Rican’s...more

Avoiding Misclassification of Independent Contractors in the New Year

With the new year, taking the time to review the status of your independent contractors may create valuable savings. Independent contractors, when properly classified, can often be a valuable and efficient means for both...more

City Of Philadelphia Issues Guidelines Related To New Sick Leave Ordinance For City Contractors

The City of Philadelphia has recently issued guidelines expanding on the recent amendment to its minimum wage and benefit ordinance, the Philadelphia 21st Century Minimum Wage Standard, which requires covered employers to...more

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