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Avoiding Common Errors in Employment Documents: A Checklist

In the fast-paced world of employment law, where scandals and groundbreaking lawsuits are front page news, more mundane requirements for documentation that employers provide to candidates and employees can fall through the...more

2017-2018 Legislative Session: Wage Theft Update and Boston Common Shadows

Massachusetts lawmakers continue to debate legislation this summer affecting employers and developers in the Commonwealth. Bills aimed at preventing wage theft by employers and further regulating shadows cast by new...more

New York Mandatory Pay Notices: What Employers Need to Know

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

While employers generally provide detailed information to new hires about their pay, New York law now requires employers to provide written notice to employees when they are hired. A failure to provide the required written...more

2016 DC Metro Area Employment Law Year In Review

The District of Columbia, Maryland (including Montgomery County) witnessed an active 2016 with respect to new and amended workplace laws that impose additional responsibilities on employers, and expand employee rights and...more

New York State Has Adopted Amendments to Existing Minimum Wage Orders

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The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) has adopted the proposed amendments to its Wage Orders – ending weeks of speculation about whether and when increases in the minimum salaries for employees to be exempt from...more

Update on Potential Changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act

by Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP on

The much publicized changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act have been enjoined by a federal court judge in Texas and may never take effect. In response to a lawsuit started by 21 states and more than 50 other business groups,...more

Wage Wars – Philadelphia’s Wage Theft Ordinance Goes Into Effect

by Fisher Phillips on

On July 1, 2016, the City of Philadelphia’s new Wage Theft Ordinance went into effect. In substance, the Ordinance provides employees who fall within the scope of the Ordinance another means for seeking to recover unpaid...more

When Reclassifying Employees from Exempt to Non-Exempt, Don’t Forget the Wage Theft Prevention Act Notices

Employers in New York are familiar with the requirement, imposed by the Wage Theft Prevention Act, that every new hire must be provided with notice of their rate of pay (including overtime rate of pay if applicable), how the...more

Philadelphia’s Tough New Anti-Wage Theft Law Effective July 1

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Effective on July 1, 2016, the City of Philadelphia’s Wage Theft Law imposes higher penalties for violations than currently are imposed by the state’s anti-wage theft law, provides for a private right of action for alleged...more

Update on Seattle Wage Theft Prevention and Harmonization Ordinance

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

In December 2015, the City of Seattle passed the “Wage Theft Prevention and Harmonization Ordinance,” which made changes to all four of Seattle’s labor standards ordinances—Paid Sick and Safe Time (PSST), Minimum Wage, Wage...more

Jersey City Enacts Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop has signed into law a wage theft prevention ordinance that gives the City the power to deny or suspend an employer’s Jersey City-issued business license if the employer is found liable of...more

Top Five HR Headlines You Don’t Want to Miss!

by PilieroMazza PLLC on

If you have been paying attention to the headlines, you might have noticed that a lot has been happening in the labor and employment world recently. Here are our top 5...more

Client Bulletin: Update on New Sick Leave Law

Employers are scrambling to comply with the notice and leave requirements of the new California sick leave law. This law applies to employers of all sizes, from those who employ individuals in their homes to companies that...more

REMINDER: California Employers Must Implement Paid Sick Leave By July 1

by Lathrop Gage on

Last October, we sent out the following article about California’s new Paid Sick Leave law. Because the law requires that virtually all California employers implement this paid sick leave starting July 1, 2015, we wanted to...more

DC DOES Clarifies The Zip Code Project And Releases Spanish Pay Notices For The Wage Theft Amendment Act

As discussed in our previous post, the DC Department of Employment Services (“DOES”) announced an upcoming enforcement program called The Zip Code Project (the “Project”). Now, DOES has released a notice to employers relating...more

Alert: Employer Notice Obligations Under California's New Paid Sick Leave Law

by Cooley LLP on

As we previously reported, the California Legislature passed the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014, which requires that companies provide their employees working 30 or more days a year in California with at...more

Seattle's New Wage Theft Ordinance Imposes Notice Requirements and Civil Penalties

by Littler on

Effective April 1, 2015, a new Wage Theft Ordinance imposes specific wage and tip notice requirements on employers in the City of Seattle. The Seattle Office for Civil Rights (SOCR) is granted power to investigate complaints,...more

REMINDER – Notices to Employees Under Labor Code Section 2810.5

by Weintraub Tobin on

Are you telling new hires and those currently employed all that you are required to tell them? Below is a link to the Department of Labor Standards Enforcement Notice to Employee form which employers may use to fulfill their...more

Employment Flash - March 2015

In This Issue: - Supreme Court Rejects Sixth Circuit Yard-Man Vested Benefits Presumption - Supreme Court Revives Pregnancy Discrimination Light Duty Case - NY Wage Theft Protection Act Amended - Senate...more

Seattle Minimum Wage and Wage Theft Ordinances Take Effect April 1, 2015

Two significant wage-related ordinances take effect on April 1, 2015, impacting all employers with employees who work in Seattle, whether regularly or occasionally. The Seattle Minimum Wage Ordinance: Minimum wages rise for...more

D.C. DOES Provides Additional Guidance On The D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act And Reveals New “Zip Code” Program For D.C....

On Thursday, March 12, 2015, the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (“DOES”) hosted its first Webinar regarding the D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act (the “Act”), and its subsequent amendments. ...more

D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Act Imposes New Notice and Recordkeeping Requirements on Employers

The District of Columbia’s Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014 ("the Act") – which became effective on February 26, 2015 – makes broad changes to D.C.’s wage and hour laws, including the Minimum Wage Revision Act, the...more

D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Act Goes Live

On February 26, the District of Columbia’s new Wage Theft law became effective after a period for review by the U.S. Congress expired without any action being taken....more

New York Labor Law Amendments Put LLCs and Their Members on the Front Line

by Robinson & Cole LLP on

The New York State Legislature passed a bill on June 19, 2013, intended to update New York’s labor law, including the Wage Theft Protection Act (WTPA). The bill (A 8106-C, S5885-B), signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo on...more

D.C. Department of Employment Services Issues Template for Notice to Employees Required by the Wage Theft Prevention Act and...

by Epstein Becker & Green on

As we reported last week (see the Act Now Advisory titled “District of Columbia Wage Theft Prevention Act Takes Effect February 26, 2015; Recent Amendments Modify Notice, Timekeeping, Payment, and Other Provisions”), the...more

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