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ASAP
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June 21, 2018

The District of Columbia Eliminates the "Tip Credit"

Residents of the District Columbia voted to approve Initiative 77, which will incrementally phase out the “tip credit” that many employers use as an offset towards their minimum wage obligations to employees who also earn tips.

Podcast
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May 24, 2018

Don't "Panic": A New Legislative Trend for Hotel Employers?

Bruce Sarchet and Corinn Jackson review the burgeoning popularity of laws requiring hotel employers to provide certain workers with panic buttons to be used in emergencies.

Insight
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September 18, 2017

Who Could Have Predicted? Fair Scheduling Requirements Pose Compliance Challenges for Retail, Restaurant and Other Employers

Predictive or fair scheduling requirements, which have been adopted in six major jurisdictions to date, are threatening to rival paid sick leave in breadth and complexity.

ASAP
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August 14, 2017

New Oregon Law Imposes Scheduling and Working Hours Obligations on Employers

A new Oregon statute will require certain large employers to provide their Oregon employees with advance notice of their work schedules. The notice period will initially be 7 days starting next year before increasing to 14 days in 2020.

Insight
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July 27, 2017

DOL Announces Intent to Rescind Rule Restricting the Allocation of Gratuities to Non-Tipped Employees When the Employer Does Not Take a Tip Credit

The DOL recently announced that it would begin the process of revoking its 2011 regulation specifying that tips are always the property of the employee.

Insight
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September 20, 2016

Seattle City Council Approves Secure Scheduling Ordinance

As widely anticipated, on September 19, 2016, the Seattle City Council passed the Secure Scheduling Ordinance by a unanimous vote.

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