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Be Global - March 2015

Brazil: Limit on Employer Obligation to Deduct Union Dues - The Brazilian Supreme Court has recently enacted Binding Precedent no. 40, which states that union support contributions are only payable by those who are...more

New York Employment Roundup: February 2015

Today’s New York employment law landscape is increasingly dynamic, with a constant stream of new legislation and judicial opinions. To keep our readers current on the latest developments, we will share regular summaries of...more

Oakland Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Requirements Take Effect This Week

Employers in Oakland, California take note: A voter-approved measure raising Oakland's minimum wage and creating sick leave requirements for workers in the City went into effect this week. If you have employees in Oakland,...more

Did The State Of The Union Matter For Employers?

The short answer: not really. This year’s State of the Union Address, delivered by a lame-duck President to a hostile Congress, contained ideas that, if enacted, would surely affect American employers. But in the end, the...more

Changes in California Employment Law for 2015

As Californians get back to business in the new year, we wanted to highlight the following changes to California employment laws for 2015: - Mandatory Paid Sick Leave - Protections Against Discrimination and...more

15 For ’15: Employment And Labor Resolutions For The New Year

While the year is still young, here are 15 New Year’s resolutions that employers may want to make: 1. Make sure your “independent contractors” are really independent contractors. ”Independent contractors” are under...more

Oakland Voters Pass Paid Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance (Proposition FF)

On November 4, 2014, Oakland voters passed measure FF. This measure establishes a minimum wage in the City of Oakland to $12.25 per hour beginning March 2, 2015. This brings Oakland’s minimum wage increase in line with San...more

NJ Requires Many Notifications to Employees in 2015

As New Jersey employers ring in the new year, they should be mindful of the New Jersey Department of Labor’s notice distribution requirements. The DOL publishes several important notices which, in addition to posting, must...more

15 Labor & Employment Resolutions for 2015

U.S. voters handed the keys to the Republican Party in this past election. And so, while we wait to see if the “system” will improve or implode, it is that time of year again — the time to review and reflect on all that has...more

Employment Flash - December 2014

In This Issue: - Supreme Court Rejects Security Screening Time Pay - NLRB Finalizes Union Election Rule - NLRB Reverses Employers’ Ability To Ban Employee Nonwork Email Use - EEOC Challenges Employer...more

New Year, New Laws for Employment Lawyers

AB 1660 prohibits employers from discriminating against applicants and employees without valid California driver’s licenses. See Govt C §12926, Veh C §§1653.5, 12800.7, 12801.9. Under current law, the DMV has to issue a...more

Ringing in the New Year: A Summary of New Employment Laws for 2015

With the use of more than a few pens, the Governor of California has enacted more than 50 new laws related to employment, some of which affect all employers, and others that affect only specific industries. Unfortunately for...more

Oakland Employers Need to Prepare for Increases in Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave

The voters in Oakland recently passed Measure FF, which effective as of March 2, 2015, increases the minimum wage to $12.25, mandates up to 72 hours (equivalent to 9 days) of paid sick leave, and restricts hospitality...more

2015 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

The California Legislature enacted a number of new bills that become effective in 2015. Among the most significant are the following...more

Employment Law Commentary - October 2014

California Legislative Update - Welcome back to our annual review of new laws that may impact California employers! This year’s highlights include California’s new paid sick leave law, additions to sexual harassment...more

Employment Law - November 2014

State Voters Pass Paid Sick Leave, Wage Increases - Why it matters: The polls have closed and the votes are in: The midterm elections will have a significant impact on employers across the country as voters in multiple...more

Nostradamus, Minimum Wage, and Paid Sick Leave

Allow us to pat ourselves on the back for a moment. Prognosticating from 2013 into the future, we accurately predicted that in 2014 the Seattle Seahawks would win the Super Bowl and that the public would continue to strongly...more

Massachusetts Adopts Legislative Reforms

The new legislation adds to employer requirements and now provides for sick leave, increased minimum wage, domestic violence victim leave, and unemployment changes....more

Wage and Hour 2014 Election Results Roundup: Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave Big Winners

Before the election, we talked about minimum wage and paid sick leave initiatives on the rise, including some important ballot issues. With most of the results tallied, it appears that the Republicans weren’t the only big...more

California Legislation 2014

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a number of bills that will impact the employer community. Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014—Paid Sick Leave (AB 1522) - On September 10, 2014,...more

New District of Columbia Law Greatly Expands Remedies for Wage Law Violations and Places New Notice Requirements on Employers

On September 19, 2014, Mayor Vincent C. Gray signed the “Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014” (“Act”) (D.C. Act 20-426). The Act generally broadens the coverage of, and expands the notice requirements, means of...more

California Legislature Passes Bill for Paid Sick Leave, and Bill Expanding Potential Penalties for Minimum Wage Violations

On August 30, 2014, California became the first state in the nation to pass a law requiring all employers to provide paid sick leave to most employees. Assembly Bill 1522, which will become fully effective on July 1, 2015,...more

New Laws Affecting Minimum Wage Requirements And Earned Sick Leave

California Employers Now Exposed To Three Years Of Liquidated Damages For Violation Of Minimum Wage Laws: In a development that applies to all California employers, newly amended Labor Code section 1194.2 potentially triples...more

San Diego City Council Approves Minimum Wage Increase and Sick Pay Ordinance

The San Diego City Council recently approved an ordinance raising the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 per hour by 2017. This wage increase will take effect incrementally over a three-year period, putting San Diego ahead of...more

City of San Diego Imposes Minimum Wage Hike and Sick Pay Ordinance

Rejecting a call to place a proposed minimum wage hike on the November ballot as a referendum item, on July 14 the San Diego City Council approved an ordinance raising the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 per hour by 2017....more

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