Working Conditions

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US Department of Labor Accepts Petition to Investigate Peru’s Alleged Noncompliance with US-Peru FTA Labor Commitments

On September 25, 2015, the US Department of Labor (DOL) announced its acceptance of a petition filed by the International Labor Rights Forum and seven Peruvian labor organizations concerning the alleged failure of the...more

Is the NLRB Outlawing Confidentiality Policies?

The National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) recently issued its decision in The Boeing Company case. The Board found that Boeing’s confidentiality policy regarding internal investigations violated the National Labor...more

West Virginia's Amended Deliberate Intent Statute

For a number of years, W. Va. Code § 23-4-2 (commonly known as the deliberate intent statute) has provided employees with work-related injuries an avenue to circumvent the workers' compensation immunity afforded to West...more

Can Employers Be Liable for Accidents Outside the Workplace?

Can an employee be "worked to death?" According to the family of a nurse, who died in a single-car accident on her way home from work, the answer is yes....more

Challenges Abroad: Ensuring Fair Working Conditions for Third Parties

Since Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in April, killing 1,100 workers, many retailers have taken a closer look at the working conditions in their third party suppliers’ factories. European retailers like...more

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