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February
4
ASAP

EU Privacy Regulators: Newly Announced "Privacy Shield" Not A Safe Harbor Yet

In response to the announcement of a "Privacy Shield" to replace the invalidated U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework for cross-border data transfers, the EU's Working Party has expressed reservations and provided limited guidance for U.S. multinationals.
  • Workplace Privacy and Data Security
  • International Employment Law

February
3
ASAP

Puerto Rico Supreme Court: Failure to Provide Safe, Private and Hygienic Area for Breastfeeding in the Workplace May Violate Working Mother’s Constitutional Right to Privacy

The Supreme Court of Puerto Rico recently held that every employer in Puerto Rico must provide a safe, private, and hygienic place for working nursing mothers to extract breast milk during the nursing period as provided under Act No. 427-2000, as amended.
  • International Employment Law
  • Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation

February
3
ASAP

EU and US Beat the Clock With Their Announcement of the "Privacy Shield" a/k/a Safe Harbor 2.0

In a long-awaited and much-anticipated announcement, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission (the “Commission”) declared on February 2, 2016, that they had struck a deal on a new cross-border data transfer framework.
  • Workplace Privacy and Data Security
  • International Employment Law

February
1
ASAP

Gambling in the Workplace is Anything But a Safe Bet

With the Super Bowl and March Madness approaching, what are the workplace implications of sports betting and office pools?
  • Policies, Procedures and Handbooks
  • Ethics, Compliance and Investigations

January
29
ASAP

The Zika Virus: Frequently Asked Questions for Employers

The Zika virus is receiving significant press coverage, including reports that it may cause birth defects if pregnant women are exposed--what should employers know about the virus?
  • Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA & MSHA)
  • Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation
  • Policies, Procedures and Handbooks

January
29
ASAP

EEOC Seeks Input on Proposed Pay Data Collection Requirements and Retaliation Enforcement Guidance

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is soliciting public comments on two proposed policy changes that could have a significant impact on employers.
  • Workplace Policy Institute
  • Legislative and Regulatory Practice
  • Discrimination and Harassment

January
28
ASAP

México: Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación resuelve sobre constitucionalidad de limitar salarios caídos en juicios laborales

El 20 de enero del año en curso, se resolvió en sesión ordinaria de la Segunda Sala de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación la contradicción de tesis sustentada entre diversos tribunales colegiados, respecto a la constitucionalidad de la reforma al a
  • International Employment Law

January
28
ASAP

Mexico: Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of Cap on Back Wages for Employment Disputes

Mexico's Supreme Court recently affirmed the constitutionality of the Federal Labor Law provision allowing back wages to be capped at 12 months' compensatory damages.
  • International Employment Law

January
27
ASAP

DOJ Warns That Employers Using Labor Contractors That Violate Anti-Discrimination Laws May be Held Liable

The OSC recently issued an opinion letter clarifying that employers that carry out discriminatory employment practices, even indirectly by way of a third-party labor contractor, may still be held liable for certain INA violations.
  • Global Mobility and Immigration
  • Legislative and Regulatory Practice

January
27
ASAP

DOL to Revive Survey to Assess Members of "Gig" Economy

The changing nature of employment, including the move to more online-based commerce, has increased the number of on-demand or "gig" workers. The DOL now seeks an official government record of these workers.
  • Workplace Policy Institute
  • Legislative and Regulatory Practice
  • Staffing and Contingent Workers

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