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Insight
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June 4, 2024

Politics in the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know

As the 2024 election approaches, protests continue across the country, and employees increasingly engage in discourse on important national and international political topics, employers can expect that political speech and activity will occur at work.

Littler Report
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May 8, 2024

The Littler Annual Employer Survey 2024

Littler’s 12th Annual Employer Survey explores how U.S. businesses are responding to change and uncertainty across several key workplace issues, while bracing for increased regulatory enforcement and a rise in employment-related litigation.

Insight
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May 6, 2024

Littler Lightbulb: April Appellate Roundup

This Littler Lightbulb highlights some of the more significant employment law developments at the U.S. Supreme Court and federal courts of appeal in the last month.

Insight
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May 1, 2024

UK: What Do Labour's Current Employment Law Proposals Mean for Employers?

As the UK general election, which must happen before the end of January 2025, approaches, we delve into the potential implications of a Labour government on employment law in Great Britain.

Insight
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April 24, 2024

Amidst Union Complaints, New York Adds Guidance for Hospital Staffing Committees

In response to thousands of agency complaints it received in 2023, the New York State Department of Health has issued guidance to hospitals regarding compliance with recent legislation on clinical staffing committees and hospital staffing plans.

Insight
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April 22, 2024

New Decision from the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Has Significant Implications for Trade Union Law

The long and winding road of the Secretary of State for Business and Trade v. Mercer case has taken yet another U-turn.

Insight
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April 16, 2024

D.C. Circuit Rejects NLRB Surveillance Decision as “Nonsense”

Reversing the NLRB’s decision in Stern Produce Company v. NLRB, the D.C. Circuit rejected the Board’s reasoning that a company had engaged in unlawful surveillance simply by directing a driver to uncover his onboard camera.

ASAP
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April 15, 2024

Canada: Another Arbitrator Considers Interaction Between Canada Labour Code Leave Entitlements and Other Leave Entitlements

In Teamsters Local Union 987 of Alberta v Purolator Inc., 2024 CanLII 21937 (CA LA), an arbitrator dealt with a clash between the amount of leave days under a unionized employer’s collective agreements (CA) and the leave entitlements under the CLC.

Insight
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April 2, 2024

D.C. Circuit: NLRB Must Weigh Contract-Based Defenses and Enforce Lawful CBA Provisions

The D.C. Circuit sent an unfair labor practice case back to the NLRB because the agency failed to consider the contract-based defenses of an employer accused of violating Section 8(a)(5) of the National Labor Relations Act.

ASAP
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April 1, 2024

D.C. Circuit Clarifies Employer Communication Rights During Union Campaigns

On March 1, 2024, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit clarified the rules that apply when employers distribute information and observe employees during union campaigns.

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