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Employee Danger Zone: An Overview of Employer's Considerations when Disaster Strikes

The shocking news of recent airline disasters brings into sharp focus for employers the sometimes unforeseeable risks facing employees who frequently travel for work. In today's world, the ability to dispatch the right...more

Paying Employees For Travel Time

Both the state and federal wage and hour laws have provisions addressing the question of when time spent traveling by a non-exempt employee is compensable. A new decision of the Connecticut Supreme Court in the case of...more

Will a Red Notice Subject be Caught When Traveling? Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Illustrates Why the Answer is Elusive

A good number of Red Notice subjects who seek to remove their notices from INTERPOL's files are legitimate businessmen and women who need to travel to maintain their livelihoods. Many of them find themselves forced to...more

When 'On-the-Job' is Not Necessarily On the Job

A majority of the High Court (4:2) has handed down a significant decision in Comcare v PVYW [2013] HCA 41, which has clarified the meaning of a "work-related injury" and closely examined what was said in Hatzminanolis v ANI...more

Global HR Hot Topic - July 2013: Structuring Expatriate Postings

Multinationals inevitably post expatriates abroad. But in setting up expat postings, employers too often either ignore the question of how best to structure the expat assignment or else they struggle with the expat...more

Are Union Members Who Travel to Reach a Distant Job Site "Traveling Employees" Under Workers Comp?

In the final days of the May term, the Illinois Supreme Court allowed petitions for leave to appeal in five new civil cases. Our preview of the new cases concludes with Venture-Newberg Perini Stone & Webster v. Illinois...more

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