ASAP
|
July 15, 2019

NYC Public Accommodations Will be Required to Post Signs that Portable Ramps are Available

Starting January 1, 2020, New York City public accommodations that provide portable ramps for entrance accessibility will be required to post signs advertising portable ramp availability and listing a phone number for portable ramp requests.

ASAP
|
July 12, 2019

Nevada Employers Invited to Comment on New Workplace Laws

The Nevada Legislature’s 80th session recently came to a close after a flurry of activity resulted in over 25 new laws affecting employers.

ASAP
|
July 12, 2019

Nuevas Disposiciones para Personas Trabajadoras del Hogar

El 29 de marzo de 2019, el gobierno de México lanzó la Prueba Piloto de la Incorporación de los Trabajadores Domésticos al Régimen Obligatorio del Seguro Social, permitiendo a los trabajadores domésticos el acceso a la seguridad social.

ASAP
|
July 12, 2019

Mexico: New Provisions Give Domestic Workers Access to Social Security and Health Care Benefits

On July 2, 2019, Mexico’s government published a decree to assist in the implementation of a pilot program that gives domestic workers access to social security and health care benefits.

ASAP
|
July 12, 2019

You Can’t Touch My Hair: California Bans Racial Discrimination Based on Hairstyle with CROWN Act

On July 3, California made history by enacting the Creating a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair (CROWN) Act, becoming the first state to ban discrimination on the basis of hairstyles associated with race.

Littler Report
|
July 11, 2019

Labor and Employment Issues Facing the Healthcare Industry

This paper provides healthcare employers with an overview of key labor and employment issues facing the industry. Topics include traditional labor law issues, business restructuring, discrimination, wage and hour matters, and other pertinent areas.

Insight
|
July 11, 2019

As the Gulf Coast Waits for Tropical Storm Barry, How Can Employers Prepare?

Residents and employers along the Gulf of Mexico are watching carefully as Tropical Storm Barry approaches New Orleans, expecting to make landfall sometime this weekend.

ASAP
|
July 11, 2019

Colorado Court of Appeals Finds Vacation Forfeiture Policy Lawful

In a significant decision for employers, a Colorado appellate court recently upheld an employer’s policy requiring forfeiture of accrued, unused vacation at separation of employment, finding the policy did not violate the Colorado Wage Claim Act.

Insight
|
July 11, 2019

Littler Lightbulb: Paid Leave Policies & Practices

With the number, type, and scope of paid leave laws constantly expanding, employers may struggle to adapt successfully and quickly to the changing legal landscape. This article shines a light on five key issues to consider when administering paid leave.

ASAP
|
July 11, 2019

New York Expands Pay Equity Law Beyond Equal Work and Gender and Bans Inquiries into Salary History

On July 10, 2019, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation significantly expanding the protections of New York’s Pay Equity Law, and imposing a ban on inquiries into an applicant’s salary history.

Pages