In the wake of its recently issued rules regarding New York City Local Law 144, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection will be holding an educational roundtable to provide an overview of these rules.
On April 20, 2023, a three-member panel of the NLRB ruled 2-1 that a combination of remedies imposed for unfair labor practices by an administrative law judge were not only warranted but did not go far enough.
This Annual Report on EEOC Developments—Fiscal Year 2022, our twelfth annual publication, is designed as a comprehensive guide to significant Equal Employment Opportunity Commission developments over the past fiscal year.
Among the few thousand bills being considered by California’s legislature this year, AB1228 stands out. The bill would essentially create joint liability for employment-related claims in the fast food industry for both a franchisee and its franchisor.
On April 18, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Groff v. DeJoy, a case raising the issue of how great a burden an employer must bear in order to accommodate an employee’s religious belief or practices.
After several rounds of public comment and revision, on April 5, 2023 New York City published final regulations implementing its first-in-the-nation ordinance that regulates the use of AI-driven hiring tools.
California continues to take steps to regulate the burgeoning use of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other data-driven statistical processes in making consequential decisions, including those related to employment.
New proposed legislation would require all employers nationwide to include the wage range in all job postings, provide wage ranges to applicants, and provide wage ranges to existing employees for their positions.