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ASAP
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September 20, 2017

Mexico: Amendment to Regulations Governing Handling and Storage of Materials

On September 18, 2017, the Official Gazette published an amendment to the regulations on the handling and storage of materials.

ASAP
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September 20, 2017

México: Se modifica la norma NOM- 006-STP-2014 sobre el manejo y almacenamiento de materiales

El pasado 18 de septiembre de 2017, se publicó en el Diario Oficial de la Federación, el acuerdo por el que se modifica la Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM- 006-STP-2014

ASAP
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August 29, 2017

México: Nuevo Sistema Permite a Patrones Informar su Cumplimiento de la Ley Laboral y Evitar Inspecciones

La STPS anunció la creación de un sistema en línea para medir y monitorear el cumplimiento de los patrones de las normas que regulan las condiciones generales de trabajo, capacitación y adiestramiento, y seguridad e higiene en el centro de trabajo.

ASAP
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August 29, 2017

Mexico: New System Allows Employers to Self-Report Compliance with Labor Law and Avoid Inspection Visits

Mexico’s Labor Department has created an online system to measure and monitor employers’ compliance with the laws regulating the working conditions, training, safety and health in the workplace.

Insight
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August 16, 2017

In the First Case of its Kind, Court Rules Federal Law Does Not Trump Employee Protections under State Medical Marijuana Law

If your workplace drug and alcohol-testing policies take a zero tolerance approach to medical marijuana because the use, distribution, or possession of marijuana is unlawful under federal law, a recent decision could be a game-changer.

Dear Littler
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July 19, 2017

Dear Littler: A potential new hire shaved his head after learning about our drug-testing policy. Now what?

We recently offered a position to a candidate. He had a reasonable amount of head hair at the time we offered the job. We require hair testing both for new hires, and for random screenings thereafter. He is now bald. What do we do?

Insight
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July 19, 2017

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Creates Employer Obligation to Accommodate Employees Using Medical Marijuana

On July 17, 2017, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court unanimously held that an employee may pursue a disability discrimination claim under state law against her former employer for failing to accommodate the employee’s use of medical marijuana.

WPI Report
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June 27, 2017

July Is the New January: Beware of Employment Regulations About to Take Effect

As we close out the first half of the year, July ushers in numerous changes in labor and employment law.

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