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May 26, 2020

Long Beach, California Follows Los Angeles and Enacts its Own Mandatory Right of Recall and Worker Retention Ordinances

The City of Long Beach, California on May 19, 2020 followed in the footsteps of Los Angeles City and adopted its own version of the Right of Recall Ordinance and Worker Retention Ordinance.

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May 15, 2020

The Netherlands: Doing nothing doesn’t pay, even during Carnival

Recently, the Court of Appeal in Den Bosch ruled on a case involving an employee’s claim for wages three years after she had stopped being called up for work.

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May 12, 2020

Key Legislation Emerging from Maryland and Local Ordinances to Remember

It is safe to say that spring 2020 will not soon be forgotten. While the COVID-19 pandemic dominated the news and the attention of federal and state governments alike, the Maryland General Assembly passed several new laws affecting the workplace.

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May 7, 2020

City of Los Angeles Enacts Mandatory Right to Recall and Worker Retention Ordinances

Two new City of Los Angeles ordinances that the mayor signed into law on May 4, 2020 will force employers in certain industries to rehire laid off or furloughed employees in a specified manner, rather than at the employer’s discretion.

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May 7, 2020

Suffolk County, NY Enacts “Ban-the-Box” Law Restricting Use of Criminal History in Pre-Hire Process

Effective August 25, 2020, Suffolk County will join a growing number of New York jurisdictions in restricting the use of pre-employment inquiries into an applicant’s criminal conviction history.

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April 28, 2020

The Next Normal: A Littler Insight on Returning to Work – Recalling Furloughed Employees and the Rehire Process

After COVID-19 abates, employers may determine that they cannot return all employees to the workforce. Some employers may need to recall employees on a slower timeline depending on demand, social distancing imperatives, and the timeline for production.

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April 28, 2020

Amendments to New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act Includes New Notice Obligations

On April 3, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the 2020-2021 state budget bills, which include several amendments to New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA).

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April 27, 2020

Ninth Circuit Holds Employers May Provide a Standalone Background Check Disclosure Concurrently With Other Documents

The 9th Circuit has held that the FCRA permits an employer to provide job applicants with a background check disclosure document at the same time it provides job applicants with other documents, so long as the disclosure is in a “standalone” document.

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April 23, 2020

Netherlands: Collective secondment provisions; consigned to history?

The Court of Appeal in The Hague recently held that the Employment and Security Act precludes secondment agencies from terminating contracts with workers who are ill or injured at work, despite terms allowing such terminations in collective agreements.

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