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By Michael Marra, Melissa Osipoff
New York State is set to phase in job-protected, paid family leave (PFL) for virtually all private-sector employees, commencing January 1, 2018.
By Jocelyn Campanaro, Richard Meneghello
Several weeks ago, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an injunction that blocks President Trump's second executive order attempting to institute a travel ban against those arriving from ...
By Todd Lyon, Richard Meneghello
While most employers know – or quickly learn – that they should avoid interrogating their employees about union matters...
By Ted Boehm
In a welcome decision for employers, the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals recently ruled that a tipped employee for whom no federal Fair Labor Standards Act...
By Michael Abcarian
The federal agency that reviews OSHA safety violation cases, also known as the OSH Review Commission, recently adopted the decision of one of its Administrative Law Judges who applied 5th Circuit precedent ...
By Sarah Moore
Although it may be some time before we commute to work in flying cars or teleport to our company's lunar outpost, a concept once thought to be outside the realm of possibility...
By William E. Blackie
In recent years, there has been an alarming rise in student-on-student sexual violence on college campuses across the nation.
By John Thompson
USDOL's announcement contained no rationale for why it took these actions. Neither did it indicate whether either or both of these interpretations will be re-issued or replaced in a different form in the future.
By Richard Meneghello
Gig economy companies in Texas were on the receiving end of two pieces of good news in the last several weeks.
By Christina Michael, Alexander Wheatley
While not an employment law decision, this ruling is welcome news for those employers facing class action lawsuits (Microsoft Corp. v. Baker).
By Travis Vance
It's time to improve your workplace safety program. Fed-OSHA announced the sweeping new requirement that, beginning in 2017, many employers must electronically provide to the Agency the details concerning...
By Bethanie Barnes, Wendy McGuire Coats, Danielle Garcia
Pay equity is not only a current hot button issue but it was also heavily on the minds of panelists and attendees at WCR's recent national conference in Seattle.
By Collin D. Cook, Warren Nelson
The importance of conducting proper investigations into workplace accidents has taken on added significance given the rise in industrial accidents and increasingly zealous enforcement of...
By Collin D. Cook, Caroline Pham
Collin Cook and Caroline Pham of the firm's San Francisco office wrote the article, "Welcome Summer Interns the Right Way," for the June 2 issue of the Daily Journal.
By Danielle Garcia
Employee protests have become increasingly more prevalent in all industries, but specifically can be a problem for hotel employers.
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