In the November 2019 election Virginia gained a Democratic “trifecta”—both legislative chambers and the governorship are now controlled by one political party. What will this mean for Virginia employers during the coming year?
California’s Attorney General has released the title and summary of a proposed ballot measure to overturn the state’s recently enacted independent contractor law with respect to app-based transportation providers and delivery drivers.
The NYDOL finally issued its long-awaited report over the New Year's break and concluded that the tip credit should be eliminated for all employers subject to the provisions of the Minimum Wage Order for Miscellaneous Industries and Occupations.
With its “Create a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair Act” (CROWN Act), New Jersey just became the third state to enact legislation specifically prohibiting discrimination based on hair texture or hairstyles associated with race.
New York has amended its Limited Liability Company Law to hold the top 10 members of a foreign limited liability company liable for wages owed as a result of work performed within New York State, effective February 10, 2020.