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March 7, 2018

Are You Ready For April 1, 2018 in Japan? Employees on a Fixed-Term Contract Exceeding 5 Years Will Be Able to Convert Their Employment to an Open-Ended Term

Beginning April 1, 2018, employees on a limited-term employment contract lasting more than five years with the same employer will gain the right to change their employment status to an open-ended term.

Littler Report
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February 27, 2018

How to Employ—and Payroll—a Telecommuter Working from Home Overseas

International telecommuters pose special problems beyond the basic logistics of engaging a local telecommuter. How best to employ and payroll a given international telecommuter depends on the specific context or scenario at issue.

Dear Littler
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February 22, 2018

Dear Littler: Can I Immediately Fire a VP Based on Sexual Harassment Allegations?

An employee claimed our company's vice president sexually harassed her. Can I go ahead and terminate him immediately?

ASAP
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February 6, 2018

Kansas City, Missouri, Enacts "Ban-the-Box-Plus" Ordinance

On February 1, 2018, the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council passed restrictions on employers’ inquiries into, and use of, criminal record information.

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February 5, 2018

EEOC's Background Check Guidance Suffers Loss in Texas Federal Court

On February 1, 2018, a federal judge enjoined the EEOC and U.S. Attorney General from enforcing against the State of Texas the EEOC’s 2012 Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records.

Insight
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February 1, 2018

How Can Employers Compete with this Sporting Trifecta? The Super Bowl, Olympics, and March Madness Approach

Employers might want to think ahead about how to handle common workplace issues that can arise during popular sporting events.

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January 31, 2018

Massachusetts High Court Rules That Sick Pay Does Not Constitute Wages Under State Law

On January 29, 2018, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court held that sick pay does not constitute wages under the Massachusetts Payment of Wages Law.

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January 30, 2018

New Act Prohibits Employers in Puerto Rico from Using Absences to Measure Employee Efficiency and Performance

A new law in Puerto Rico provides greater protections for non-exempt private sector employees by prohibiting employers from using sick leave to measure employees’ efficiency in their annual performance evaluations.

Insight
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January 22, 2018

DOL Updates Guidance on Unpaid Interns, Embracing Circuit Courts' Approach

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a significant change in its interpretation of the Fair Labor Standards Act with respect to interns.

Insight
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December 21, 2017

The EEOC Continues to Press Litigation Under Title VII Concerning Employer Criminal Records Checks

An Illinois federal judge has largely denied an employer's attempt to force the EEOC to provide additional evidence in support of its claim that the employer’s background check policy disparately excluded African-American workers from employment.

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