The National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel recently published a memo, along with other resources, to clarify parts of the Board’s recent decision dealing with union organizing demands for bargaining orders.
Littler’s sixth annual European Employer Survey explores the top issues impacting the European workplace – from continued demands for remote work to adoption of AI tools to compliance with new regulations.
On November 3, 2023, the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) published much anticipated proposed regulations interpreting the Illinois Paid Leave for All Workers Act set to take effect January 1, 2024.
New regulation provides guidance on the implementation of British Columbia, Canada’s Bill 13, Pay Transparency Act, which requires covered employers to prepare and make public a pay transparency report.
On October 31, 2023, the NLRB and OSHA announced that the agencies have executed a Memorandum of Understanding “to strengthen the agencies’ partnership to promote safe and healthy workplaces through protecting worker voice.”
Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice ordered an employer to pay to the employee the costs of the proceeding in the amount of $830,761 to dissuade employers from engaging in tactical litigation designed to discourage employees from pursuing their rights.