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Dec
18
2017
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New NLRB Majority Calls off the War on Employee Handbooks

The NLRB recently established a new standard for evaluating the validity of employer rules, policies, and handbook provisions under the National Labor Relations Act.

Dec
11
2017
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Exempt Employee Pay Minimums Will Increase in 2018 in Various States

State law white collar exemption rates will increase in 2018.

Dec
11
2017
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Employer Responsibilities Mount as California Fires Rage

This article summarizes some of the key labor and employment issues that may arise in the near term for businesses affected by California's wildfires.

Dec
11
2017
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Holiday P-A-R-T-I-E-S Protocol: Walking the Fine Line Between Fun and Fiasco

Holiday office celebrations can present an opportunity for companies to express appreciation for the hard work employees have performed all year, but they can also be landmines for employers rife with risk for potential employee misconduct.

Dec
6
2017
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The Second Circuit Provides A Roadmap For Employers Defending Claims Under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act

While the emergence of biometric technology in the workplace is not a new phenomenon, employers being sued for utilizing this technology is a new trend.

Dec
1
2017
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Nov
29
2017
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Bill 148 is Now the Law in Ontario, Canada

Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, which significantly amends Ontario labour and employment law, has received Royal Assent and is now law.

Nov
29
2017
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Revisiting Your Sexual Harassment Policy During the #MeToo Uprising

Unlawful sexual harassment, long a problem in the workplace, has become the most visible employment issue in corporate America. What should concerned businesses be doing?

Nov
16
2017
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California Court Rules PAGA Plaintiffs Need Not Assert Injury, or Employer Knowledge, to Collect Penalties for Paystub Violations; Where Do Employers Go From Here?

A California Court of Appeal dealt another blow to employers in a recent ruling interpreting the state’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA)

Nov
14
2017
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New York State Jumps on the Predictive Scheduling Bandwagon and Issues Proposed Scheduling Rules

On the eve of the November 26, 2017 effective date of New York City’s own predictive scheduling regulations that affect retail and fast food employers, the New York State Department of Labor has issued proposed predictive scheduling regulations.

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