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Insight
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October 19, 2018

Canada: The Legalization of Recreational Marijuana Doesn't Translate into a Free-for-All in the Workplace

Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act (the Act), came into force on Oct. 17, 2018, creating a legal framework for the recreational use of marijuana.

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October 9, 2018

Kentucky Supreme Court Rejects Conditioning Employment on Agreement to Arbitrate

The Kentucky Supreme Court has held that the FAA does not preempt a Kentucky statute barring employers from requiring employees to waive, arbitrate, or diminish statutory rights as a condition or precondition of employment.

Podcast
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October 9, 2018

New York Anti-Sexual Harassment Requirements Take Full Effect

In this podcast, Littler attorneys Devjani Mishra and Emily Haigh help employers operating in New York State and City navigate these new requirements.

Dear Littler
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October 3, 2018

Dear Littler: What is the Story with Employee Election Leave?

Election Day is coming up in a few weeks, and I’ve been getting questions from our managers in various branches about voting-related leave for employees.

ASAP
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October 2, 2018

California Enacts Two Laws Aimed At Combating Human Trafficking

Two new California laws seek to combat human trafficking through required training and mandatory notice postings.

ASAP
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October 2, 2018

NY Pushes Back Sex Harassment Training Deadline to October 9, 2019

On Monday, October 1, 2018, the State of New York released final versions of a sexual harassment policy, complaint form, and employee training relating to sexual harassment.

Insight
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October 1, 2018

California’s Newest Laws: It’s Shocktober for Employers!

Governor Brown has signed into law a jaw-dropping number of bills that pertain to labor and employment issues, including expanded liability and training obligations surrounding sexual harassment.

ASAP
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October 1, 2018

EEOC Continues to Scrutinize Criminal Record Screening Policies

Employers that use criminal record-screening policies must continue to be vigilant about compliance with all applicable laws and should know that the EEOC’s scrutiny of such policies, while perhaps scaled back, has not ended.

ASAP
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September 21, 2018

New York City Law Requiring Employers to Engage in a "Cooperative Dialogue" for Accommodation Requests Takes Effect October 15, 2018

The New York City Council passed a bill on December 19, 2017 that has flown under the radar even though it will have profound consequences for employers that operate in New York City.

Dear Littler
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September 20, 2018

Dear Littler: Do We Have to Accommodate A Religious Objection to the Flu Shot?

I work in a health care setting. A nurse is refusing to get the flu shot based on her supposed religious beliefs. Do we need to accommodate her?

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