The NLRB held on October 3 that the employer’s obligation to deduct union dues from an employee’s wages and remit to the union under a collective bargaining agreement, must continue after the expiration of that collective bargaining agreement.
Since March 2020, the USCIS has allowed virtual, remote I-9 verification where all employees are working remotely due to COVID, or when a new employee, post April 1, 2021, is working remotely due to COVID.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation regulates the transfer of personal data in the European Union. The deadline for adapting Standard Contractual Clauses to meet new compliance obligations is December 27, 2022.
Last month, the California Legislature voted to join what it refers to as “the movement to legalize and regulate the non-medical use of cannabis” across the United States, including offering employment protection for such use.
California’s governor has signed AB 1041, which, beginning Jan. 1, 2023, expands the definition of a “family member” under the California Family Rights Act and California’s Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act to include a “designated person.”
In this case the union filed a grievance on behalf of an employee who died at age 66 while still an active employee, alleging the employer violated the Collective Agreement by reducing the life insurance entitlement at age 65.
In 2018, the District of Columbia enacted the Tipped Wage Workers Fairness Amendment Act. Among other things, the Act imposes obligations on employers that employ tipped employees, including significant training and reporting requirements.