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April 18, 2022

Corporate Board Diversity: Next Steps for Employers After Court Strikes Down California Board Diversity Law

A California court held that AB 979 - designed to increase diversity on corporate boards - was unconstitutional. How will this decision affect IE&D legislation? And how can corporations lean into this trend, while remaining within the bounds of the law?

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April 18, 2022

Connecticut Department of Labor Issues Final Proposed Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act Regulations

The Connecticut Department of Labor recently issued final, proposed amended regulations, which make several amendments to existing regulations concering the job-protected leave aspects of the state's Paid Family and Medical Leave Act.

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April 15, 2022

New York City Council Seeks to Disrupt the Home Care Industry by Limiting Hours Aides Can Work

On April 14, 2022, New York City lawmakers introduced a bill that, if enacted, would amend the Fair Workweek law to cover home health care services employers and would likely upend the way home health care services are provided in New York City.

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April 14, 2022

California Privacy Rights Act for Employers: Vendor Contracting Requirements

The impending effective date of the California Privacy Rights Act has created a lengthy list of compliance tasks for corporate HR and legal teams, including preparing and implementing an addendum for service agreements with vendors that handle HR data.

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April 14, 2022

Virginia Realigns Overtime Requirement with Federal FLSA

On April 11, 2022, Governor Glenn Youngkin signed into law HB 1173, rolling back the provisions of the Virginia Overtime Wage Act and realigning Virginia’s overtime obligations and exemptions with those of the federal FLSA.

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April 11, 2022

Eleventh Circuit Holds FLSA Administrative Exemption Applies to Business Development Managers Who Drove Business to Car Manufacturer

On April 1, 2022, the Eleventh Circuit held that business development managers who solicited and sold vehicles to corporate clients are not entitled to overtime pay under the FLSA because they exercised discretion in the performance of their tasks.

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April 7, 2022

Cal/OSHA Publishes a Draft Readoption ETS that Eliminates Vaccination Status Distinctions and Relaxes Testing Methods, Yet Muddies Quarantine Standards

On April 6, 2022, Cal/OSHA issued a draft COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for readoption to replace the current version, which expires on May 5, 2022.

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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 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 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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