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Dear Littler
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May 15, 2018

Dear Littler: Do We Have to Pay Our Summer Interns?

We plan to hire several local student interns to work for us this summer. Should we be paying them?

ASAP
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May 10, 2018

Agencies Release Regulatory Roadmap for 2018 and Beyond

The latest Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions continues this administration's trend of adding fewer new rules and reexamining older ones. These semiannual agendas provide insight into federal agency priorities for the coming year.

Insight
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May 9, 2018

New German Government's Plans for Labor and Employment Laws

The latest coalition agreement arrived at by Germany's two ruling parties will usher in numerous changes to employment legislation that are expected to be implemented over the next four years. Since some of these changes are extensive.

Littler Report
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May 2, 2018

The Littler Annual Employer Survey 2018

Employers are feeling some regulatory relief following a year that brought several changes to…

ASAP
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May 1, 2018

California Announces a New Wage and Hour Independent Contractor Test

In a groundbreaking new decision, the California Supreme Court announced a significant change in independent contractor law, adopting a modified “ABC” test for determining whether an individual is an employee under the Wage Orders.

WPI Report
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May 1, 2018

WPI State of the States: Equal Pay, Paid Leave, and Gig Economy Bills Gain Momentum

May begins the legislative homestretch for a number of states. Nearly half of the state legislatures have adjourned for the year, and another nine are expected to end their sessions by the end of the month.

WPI Report
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April 30, 2018

WPI Wage Watch: Minimum Wage & Overtime Updates (April Edition)

It may not have been showering minimum wage, tip, and overtime developments in April, but there was a sprinkling at the federal, state, and local levels.

Insight
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April 26, 2018

11th Circuit: Putative Opt-in Plaintiffs are Parties to Litigation – Even After Conditional Certification is Denied

In a case of first impression, the 11th Circuit concluded that filing a written consent – even in a matter that is never certified as a collective action – is sufficient to bestow “party plaintiff” status to a putative opt-in plaintiff.

ASAP
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April 26, 2018

Employment Law Reform in Puerto Rico: Take Two

On April 26, 2018, Puerto Rico's Fiscal Oversight and Management Board sent, for the first time since its creation, a proposed employment law reform bill to the Puerto Rico Legislature.

ASAP
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April 20, 2018

DOL Issues New Information on its PAID Self-Audit and Self-Reporting Program

The DOL recently issued additional information on the Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) Program. While not all-encompassing, the new publication sheds more light on the program’s mechanics and the “steps” employers must take to participate.

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