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Nov
14
2017
Insight

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.

Nov
13
2017
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Ready or Not, Here It Comes! 2018 Brings New Labor & Employment Laws, Primarily at the State Level

On January 1, 2018, and throughout the coming year, employers across the nation will confront a host of new or amended federal, state, and/or local laws.

Nov
9
2017
Insight

United Nations Continues its Development of a Treaty Imposing Liability on Companies for Human Rights Abuses

An ongoing debate exists regarding the nature and extent to which transnational companies should be held directly and legally liable for human rights impacts.

Nov
8
2017
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The Minimum Wage in 2018: A Rates-Only Update

This article details state- and local-level changes to the minimum wage that are scheduled to occur throughout 2018.

Nov
6
2017
Insight

Upsurge in Sexual Harassment Claims: What Employers Need to Know

What employers need to know about creating a harassment-free workplace and what to do when sexual harassment claims are made.

Oct
25
2017
Insight

The DCA Has Issued Proposed Rules for the New York City Fair Workweek’s Predictive Scheduling Laws

On October 16, 2017, New York City’s Department of Consumer Affairs promulgated rules that further expand upon New York City’s Fair Workweek Law.

Oct
23
2017
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Return of the Living Dead: Could Unsuccessful California Bills Haunt Employers in 2018?

While employers are still coming to terms with the legislation Governor Brown signed into law earlier this month, it is worth noting what he did not approve—especially because the bills he killed this year could come back to life.

Oct
19
2017
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High Alert for California Employers and Employers Nationwide for the Second Wave of FCRA Class Actions

The flurry of Fair Credit Reporting Act class actions against employers started in or about 2012 and was not limited to California.

Oct
19
2017
Insight

The Higher They Are, The Harder You Fall

You don’t need to be a cable news network, a Hollywood production company, a media mogul or a politician in order to feel the ripple effect from the recent wave of workplace sexual harassment claims.

Oct
16
2017
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