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June 10, 2019

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Holds Arbitration Clauses in Employment Contracts—Including Those Governing Unjust Dismissal Claims—are Valid and Enforceable

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court recently issued a judgment in José Méndez et al v. Carso Construction, validating an arbitration clause that covers a claim under the Puerto Rico Unjust Dismissal statute.

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June 10, 2019

Paid Leave Soon to be the Law in Nevada

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has announced his intent to sign Senate Bill No. 312, which will require, for the first time, that Nevada private-sector employers provide employees with up to 40 hours of paid leave per benefit year.

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June 7, 2019

Proposed Washington State Regulations Would Radically Increase the Minimum Exempt Salary Rate

On June 5, 2019, the Washington Department of Labor & Industries issued proposed amendments to Washington State’s white-collar overtime exemption regulations.

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June 5, 2019

México Adopta Licencia por Cuidados Médicos para Padres de Niños con Cáncer

El 4 de junio de 2019, la Secretaría de Trabajo y Previsión Social (STPS) publicó un Decreto en el Diario Oficial de la Federación mediante el cual se adicionan diversas disposiciones de la Ley del Seguro Social

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June 5, 2019

Mexico Adopts Care Leave for Parents of Children with Cancer

On June 4, 2019, the Mexican Department of Labor and Social Welfare published a Decree in the Official Gazette, amending several laws to allow parents to take leave time to care for children under the age of 16 who have been diagnosed with cancer.

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June 5, 2019

OFCCP Issues Opinion Letter on Whether Pell Grants Trigger Federal Contractor Status for Colleges

The OFCCP recently updated its website with an Opinion Letters link and issued its first Opinion Letter applicable to colleges and universities, dated May 20, 2019.

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June 4, 2019

Supreme Court Holds EEOC Charge-Filing Requirement is Not Jurisdictional

On June 3, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court held in Fort Bend County v. Davis that the requirement to file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC (or relevant state or local agency) is not a jurisdictional prescription to a lawsuit’s claim under Title VII.

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May 31, 2019

Washington State Buttons Up Two New Laws Addressing Worker Harassment and Assault in Hospitality and Adult Entertainment Industries

Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently signed two bills addressing sexual harassment and assault in the workplace. Both bills require covered hospitality employers and adult entertainment establishments to provide panic buttons for covered workers.

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May 31, 2019

Kansas City, Missouri Joins National Movement to Ban Salary History Inquiries

Kansas City, Missouri joined the growing list of cities with salary history bans, aligning with a national trend that continues to gain momentum.

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May 30, 2019

Bipartisan Bill Would Create Artificial Intelligence Strategy for U.S. Workforce

A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate seeks to prepare America’s employers and workers for the 21st century economy by establishing a national Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy and investing $2.2 billion in new AI research centers.

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