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By Sean Paisan
Covered employers in the state of California must provide water to employees working outdoors.
By Phillip Pemberton
IER is responsible for enforcing the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.
By Todd Torres
The checklist can help ensure that such covenants remain enforceable by the buyer after the sale.
By Tina Ho, Marissa Cwik
On June 29, 2017, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the implementation of...
By Steven Pockrass
For the past seven months, employers throughout the country have been wondering what the future would hold with respect to the revised overtime regulations that were supposed to become effective...
By James J. Plunkett, Harold Coxson
On Thursday, July 13, the U.S. Senate Committee on HELP will hold confirmation hearings on the nomination of Patrick Pizzella to serve as Deputy Secretary of Labor, as well as the nominations of...
By Hera Arsen
On June 28, 2017, the White House announced that President Trump had selected Janet L. Dhillon to be chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
By Adam T. Pankratz
With Governor Inslee's signature on July 5, 2017, Washington State joined just a handful of states mandating paid family and medical leave.
By Shabri Sharma, Ronald Kreismann
On June 21, 2017, the New York State Assembly advanced Assembly Bill A2040C, which would restrict an employer's ability to ask job applicants about their salary histories.
By James J. Plunkett, Harold Coxson
As if timed for the holiday weekend, we've had another week of fireworks here in Washington, D.C. Here is your Beltway Buzz.
By Robert Stewart, Joseph T. Charron
On Friday, June 30, 2017, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens announced that he would take no action with respect to HB 1194, which had been passed by the Missouri General Assembly and delivered to him in May.
By Nonnie Shivers, Tibor Nagy, Jr.
Prior to the passage of Proposition 206, most employers offered some form of paid time off, whether it was vacation, sick, personal time, or some other amalgamation best suited to their businesses...
By Katherine Helms
A typical scenario that can lead to relationship deterioration between physicians and healthcare providers might begin with workload and compensation questions.
By L. Evan Van Gorder, Donald D. Gamburg
Accordingly, the lower court concluded that it was necessary to read "recently terminated employees" into the Personnel Files Act to avoid an absurd result.
By Tracey Truesdale, Norma Manjarrez
The City of Chicago has issued final rules for its Paid Sick Leave Ordinance. The Chicago Paid Sick Leave Ordinance was passed on June 22, 2016 and will take effect on July 1, 2017.
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