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September 30, 2022

What You Need to Know About Reporting and Training Requirements in the DC Tipped Wage Worker Fairness Amendment Act

In 2018, the District of Columbia enacted the Tipped Wage Workers Fairness Amendment Act. Among other things, the Act imposes obligations on employers that employ tipped employees, including significant training and reporting requirements.

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September 30, 2022

District of Columbia Implementing Revisions to Broad Ban on Non-Competes

The District of Columbia prompted widespread outcry from the business community when it enacted one of the broadest bans on non-compete agreements in the country in early 2021.

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September 28, 2022

Puerto Rico Treasury Department Takes Action in Response to Hurricane Fiona

On September 17, 2022, Puerto Rico Governor Hon. Pedro Pierluisi issued Executive Order No. OE-2022-045, declaring a state of emergency due to the passing of Hurricane Fiona through the Island.

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September 28, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court Determines Plaintiff Employee (Not Independent Contractor) Wrongfully Terminated by Common Employers

In a wrongful dismissal action against four corporate defendants that were part of a family business, the plaintiff claimed the defendants were common employers, that he was their employee prior to his dismissal, and was therefore owed damages.

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September 28, 2022

Employment Measures Against Inflation in France and in the UK

In response to rising inflation, the French and UK governments have instituted various measures that affect employers.

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September 22, 2022

Quiet Quitting, Mouse-Jigglers, Career Polygamy?? Should Employers Be Worried?

“Quiet quitting,” “career polygamy,” “overemployment,” “mouse-jigglers,” and “DJs for work meetings”? Social media has exploded with stories of employees rejecting “hustle culture,” reclaiming work-life balance, and prioritizing their own well-being.

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September 22, 2022

Ontario, Canada Arbitrator Finds Three-Dose Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Reasonable in Long-Term Care Homes

An arbitrator recently decided that a mandatory vaccination policy requiring employees in two long-term care homes to receive three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine was reasonable.

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September 14, 2022

Rules Governing Oregon’s New Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program and Equivalent Plan Application Process Finalized

On July 22, 2022 and August 22, 2022, the Oregon Employment Department (OED) published its latest rules governing Oregon’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (PFMLI) program.

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September 7, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Finds Employers’ Discretion in Awarding Discretionary Bonuses Must be Exercised Fairly and Reasonably

In Bowen v. JC Clark Ltd., the Ontario Court of Appeal put employers on notice that their discretion in awarding discretionary bonuses is not unconstrained and must be exercised fairly and reasonably.

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September 6, 2022

NLRB Proposes New Joint-Employer Standard That Would Dramatically Expand Scope of “Joint Employment” Under the National Labor Relations Act

On September 6, 2022, the U.S. National Labor Relations Board delivered employers a slightly belated Labor Day “present” – a proposal to revise yet again its standard for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act.

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