The requirement for covered public accommodations facilities in Nevada’s Clark and Washoe Counties to provide paid time off for employees experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or who have been exposed to COVID-19 expired May 17, 2023.
The New York State Legislature passed Senate Bill 5640 / Assembly Bill 6829 on June 6, 2023, which, if the governor signs, would amend the Labor Law and add a new section 203-f, regulating the use and enforceability of invention assignment agreements.
Employers that regularly submit claims to the government for payment should ensure that they are not violating the statute by failure to fully understand the factual and legal basis for the claims submitted.
On June 1, 2023, the United States Supreme Court ruled for the employer in a case with significant implications for the right of unions to strike and the right of employers to respond to strikes with court actions for damages.
On June 5, 2023, the OFCCP published its FY 2023 Construction Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL). The CSAL includes 250 employers that OFCCP has identified as federal or federally assisted construction contractors.
In Teljeur v Aurora Hotel Group, a wrongful dismissal case, the court awarded the plaintiff-employee seven months’ damages for reasonable notice, and $15,000 in moral damages due to the employer’s bad-faith conduct in the manner of dismissal.