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WPI Report
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March 6, 2020

WPI Wage Watch: Minimum Wage, Tip, and Overtime Developments (February Edition)

Hey, do you want to read an article not about COVID-19? Well, you are in luck, because in this virus-free issue of Wage Watch, we discuss only developments concerning the minimum wage, tips, and overtime that occurred in the last few weeks.

ASAP
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March 5, 2020

CROWN “Love” – Virginia Latest State to Ban Hairstyle Discrimination

On March 4, 2020, Virginia's governor signed a new law that expands the Virginia Human Rights Act’s definition of racial discrimination to include traits historically associated with race, including hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles.

Insight
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March 4, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Business Preparedness

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has implications for multiple workplace concerns, including health and safety, leaves of absence, discrimination, and travel.

ASAP
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March 3, 2020

Intent Matters in Asserting Whistleblower Retaliation Under the Federal Railroad Safety Act

In a recent case under the Federal Railroad Safety Act, the Eighth Circuit reasserted that claimants must prove intentional discrimination in whistleblower retaliation cases subject to the AIR21 regulations.

Insight
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March 2, 2020

Littler Lightbulb: What’s New in New Mexico?

New Mexico has been making waves with several labor and employment developments, including a red flag law and pending bills that would restrict nondisclosure agreements (HB 21) and would require reasonable accommodations for pregnancy (HB 25).

Insight
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February 27, 2020

Littler Lightbulb: What’s New in Colorado?

Colorado has been making headlines with several noteworthy new laws and regulations. This Lightbulb will highlight key recently enacted and pending employment legislation in the Centennial State, including expansive wage order requirements.

Insight
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February 26, 2020

#MeToo: In Defense of Nondisclosure Agreements

Nondisclosure Agreements (NDAs) have recently come under fire within the #MeToo debate.

Dear Littler
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February 25, 2020

Dear Littler: What to Do When an Employee Threatens Suicide?

One of our employees told a coworker that she is very depressed and contemplating suicide. What should we do to help our employee get the help she needs, and ensure we are meeting any duties we might have as her employer?

Insight
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February 25, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Calculation of Reasonable Notice Period When a Contractor Becomes an Employee

A recent decision—concerning the wrongful dismissal claim of a contractor who worked for a business for 10 years before becoming an employee—considers key questions about the calculation of reasonable notice, when the employee later separates.

Insight
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February 25, 2020

Canada: Federal Court of Appeal Affirms Federally Regulated Employees Can Make Unjust Dismissal Complaints after Signing Releases

Recently, in Bank of Montreal v. Li, 2020 FCA 22, the Federal Court of Appeal upheld a lower court's decision that federally regulated employees can make a complaint for unjust dismissal despite signing a release and settlement agreement.

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