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By S. Libby Henninger, Sebastian Chilco, Corinn Jackson
The year's shortest month contains a long list of minimum wage and overtime developments.
By Ilyse Schuman, Michael Lotito
On Friday, President Trump issued an executive order, Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda ("the Order"), which calls for each federal agency to develop a regulatory reform task force...
By Jennifer Mora
In 1998, Hawaii became the first state to "ban the box," prohibiting private employers from inquiring about a candidate's criminal history until the employer has made a conditional offer.
By Linda Jackson, David B. Smith
The Supreme Court of Virginia recently issued an opinion applying the principles of res judicata to affirm the dismissal of a contract claim.
By focusing on key developments and anticipated trends, the Report provides employers with a roadmap to where the EEOC is headed in the year to come.
By Mónica Schiaffino, Rodrigo Espíritu Santo
In accordance with these constitutional reforms, Mexico's Congress and state legislatures must correspondingly amend secondary laws to conform to the Decree within one year of enactment.
By Mónica Schiaffino, Rodrigo Espíritu Santo
Lo anterior significa que la Ley Federal del Trabajo deberá ser reformada en el término de un año para adecuarse a las reformas contenidas en el Decreto.
By Tahl Tyson
The gig economy is expanding fast.1 Although it brings great benefits, such as flexibility for companies and individuals, it also has generated concerns regarding workplace protections and social inequalities.
By Jorge Lopez
Dear Littler: A former employee recently reapplied for an open position at our company. In reviewing the new-hire paperwork, we noticed that her social security number did not match the one we had on file previously.
By Jorge Lopez, Michelle White, Ellen Kruk
This article covers proposed legislation, sub-regulatory changes, and—from a practical standpoint—the process/timing for implementing changes under the new administration.
By Jennifer Ciralsky, Casey Kaiser
A bill recently proposed in Wisconsin could seriously change litigation strategy and settlement considerations for many employment claims filed with state agencies.
By Nina Markey, Andrew Rogers
On January 25, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit established a new six-factor test to determine whether two or more entities are joint employers for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
By Jennifer Mora
The regulations have been filed with the Office of Administrative Law and likely will be effective as of July 1, 2017.
By Eli Freedberg
On February 16, 2017, the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals ("IBA") issued an order revoking changes to New York State's regulation governing employers that pay their employees by direct deposit or debit card.
By D. Finn Pressly
The regulations also propose adjustments to the enrollment procedures for individual market coverage available through the Marketplace, including changes to the annual enrollment period for individual coverage.
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