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By Eric Hobbs, Jesse R. Dill
The revised regulations additionally eliminate the requirement that employers submit blind specimens for testing.
By Nicole Welch, Aaron Warshaw
Specifically, the proposed rules would revise Sections 142-2.3 and 142-3.3 of the Miscellaneous Wage Order regarding call-in pay.
By Rodrigo de la Concha Alvarez, Stefano Sandoval Malori, Pietro Straulino-Rodriguez
On November 21, 2017, the Mexican National Commission on Minimum Wages issued a resolution decreeing an increase in the Daily General Minimum Wage applicable for Mexico.
By Nikolas T. Djordjevski
A new addition to California law changes the definition of commission pay for licensed employees of beauty salons and barber shops.
By Madi A. Bakker, David (DJ) Harris Jr
From Twitter hashtags to news media talking points, #MeToo has come to powerfully symbolize what many have termed a "watershed moment" for modern American culture on the issues of sexual harassment and sex discrimination.
By Caroline Larsen
Just as one flood of lawsuits against Arizona businesses finally dries up, another downpour begins.
By Jonathan Mraunac, Randolph Ruff, Richard L. Samson
Construction projects that have a mixture of union and non-union trades are becoming more prevalent.
By Michael Riccobono, Carmen J. DiMaria
The bill would also place significant monetary obligations on an employer that seeks to enforce a restrictive covenant against a former employee.
By James J. Plunkett
Caught in a legislative black hole, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) cannot escape efforts to eradicate it—or at least large chunks of it.
By Karla Turner Anderson
As of this writing, more than 300 chief executive officers and/or senior executive officers of well-known companies with global footprints have signed the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion pledge.
By Margaret Lopez
The House Financial Services Committee took a first step toward repeal of the mine safety disclosure requirements on November 15, 2017, with its approval of H.R. 4289.
By David Augustus Garcia
The phrase "me too" has powerful cultural and personal resonance—and it has legal significance.
By Margaret Lopez
By a vote of 52-46, on November 15, 2017, the United States Senate confirmed David G. Zatezalo to be the new Assistant Secretary for Mine Safety and Health.
By Leigh Ganchan
The distinct change in policy and the imminent exponential increase in employer audits have put I-9 compliance personnel on notice.
By Madi A. Bakker, James Murphy
Montgomery County, Maryland, has approved Bill 28-17, which increases the countywide minimum wage from $11.50 to $15.00.
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