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March 30, 2022

Salt Bae’s Sprinkle of First Impression: Eleventh Circuit Holds Mandatory Service Charges Are Not “Tips” and May Be Used to Satisfy FLSA Wage Requirements

The 11th Circuit recently upheld a decision that an 18% restaurant service fee was not a “tip” and was properly used by the restaurant to satisfy its minimum wage obligations under the FLSA and requirements of the Section 207(i) FLSA exemption.

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March 30, 2022

New Jersey Joins the Trend of Increasing Privacy Protections for an Employee’s Location

In the last few years, a flurry of state privacy legislation has bolstered protections for everything from biometric data to rights of deletion. Location data is no exception.

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March 30, 2022

Ontario, Canada Arbitrator Decides Mandatory Vaccination Policy Does Not Infringe Charter of Rights and Freedoms

An arbitrator has upheld the Toronto District School Board’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, determining determined that the policy did not infringe section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and was a reasonable exercise of management rights.

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March 29, 2022

New York City Publishes Fact Sheet on Salary Transparency in Job Advertisements

The New York City Commission on Human Rights (NYCCHR) has published a fact sheet providing guidance on the heavily anticipated salary transparency law, which will take effect on May 15, 2022.

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March 25, 2022

New York Greatly Expands – Then Slightly Contracts – Insurance Disclosure Requirements in Civil Actions

New York’s insurance policy disclosure requirements have undergone noteworthy changes over the past few months.

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March 25, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Another Arbitration Decision Upholds Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

An arbitrator has made another contribution to the “weight of authority” in Ontario labour arbitration awards pertaining to mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies in unionized workplaces.

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March 24, 2022

The Scale-up Visa: Who Will Benefit from this New UK Immigration Route?

With UK job vacancies at a 20-year high, an economy bouncing back from the pandemic and no more free movement within the EU, new work visa routes in March’s Immigration Rules changes can’t come too soon for many businesses.

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March 23, 2022

Is an Emoji Worth a Thousand Words? The Impact of Emojis in the Workplace

Due to the interconnectivity of today’s world, work often takes place in the digital space, where employees regularly use pictorial icons and images known as emojis and emoticons to express themselves.

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March 23, 2022

Utah Amends Vaccination and Testing Requirements to Include Exemption for Previous COVID-19 Infection

On March 22, 2022, Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox signed HB 63 into law, amending legislation passed in the Utah Legislature’s second special session of 2021 related to vaccine mandates in the workplace.

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March 22, 2022

Surreptitious Recording of Conversations with Colleagues May Justify Termination of Employment for Cause in British Columbia, Canada

The Supreme Court of British Columbia dismissed an employee’s wrongful dismissal claim and held that his surreptitious recording of conversations with his colleagues justified the termination of his employment for just cause.

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