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October 26, 2023

NLRB Final Joint-Employer Rule Dramatically Expands Definition of Joint Employment Under the NLRA

On October 26, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board released a final rule setting forth the standard for joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act.

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October 26, 2023

Calling all California Employers! The Latest Employment Laws from the Golden State

California’s legislature covered a wide array of labor and employment law topics this legislative session.

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October 24, 2023

DOS Stateside Visa Renewal Pilot Program Expected in Early 2024

The U.S. Department of State sent a Federal Register notice titled, “Pilot Program to Resume Renewal of H-1B Nonimmigrant Visas in the United States for Certain Qualified Noncitizens” to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs on October 17, 2023

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October 17, 2023

California’s Non-Compete Shakeup

California enacted two new bills expanding the scope and consequences of the state’s policies against restrictive covenants.

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October 6, 2023

New Puerto Rico Military Code: What Puerto Rico Employers Should Know

On August 8, 2023, Puerto Rico’s government enacted Act No. 88-2023, known as the “Puerto Rican Military Code of the 21st Century.” This new law addresses an armed forces member’s entitlement to protected military leave and reinstatement rights.

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October 6, 2023

Sports-Related Employment Law Updates in Puerto Rico

A new law in Puerto Rico provides several pay and anti-discrimination protections for athletes on account of their pregnancies.

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October 5, 2023

DOL Issues Annual Report on Child Labor with Emphasis on Enforcement

The DOL issued its 2022 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor Report analyzing the state of child labor in 131 countries and territories, including the U.S., and outlining jurisdiction-specific recommendations to combat illegal child labor practices.

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September 29, 2023

What a Government Shutdown Means for Employers: Many Agencies Will Sharply Curtail Operations, Delaying New and Pending Cases

We break down the effects of a government shutdown agency by agency. But the most important thing for employers to know is that, if the government shuts down, they can and should expect delays.

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September 29, 2023

How Will a Possible 2023 Government Shutdown Impact U.S. Immigration?

The following is an overview of current guidance issued by immigration-related agencies, along with notes on how these agencies have treated prior shutdown periods.

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September 29, 2023

Time Out: Navigating Potential Wage and Hour Effects of a Possible 2023 Government Shutdown

Whether it lasts for days, weeks, or months, a shutdown generally means that U.S. government employees, other than “essential” personnel, are placed on furlough and are not able to work.

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