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September 29, 2023

What a Government Shutdown Means for Employers: Many Agencies Will Sharply Curtail Operations, Delaying New and Pending Cases

We break down the effects of a government shutdown agency by agency. But the most important thing for employers to know is that, if the government shuts down, they can and should expect delays.

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September 29, 2023

How Will a Possible 2023 Government Shutdown Impact U.S. Immigration?

The following is an overview of current guidance issued by immigration-related agencies, along with notes on how these agencies have treated prior shutdown periods.

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September 29, 2023

Time Out: Navigating Potential Wage and Hour Effects of a Possible 2023 Government Shutdown

Whether it lasts for days, weeks, or months, a shutdown generally means that U.S. government employees, other than “essential” personnel, are placed on furlough and are not able to work.

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September 22, 2023

New York City Amends Safe and Sick Time Regulations

On September 15, 2023, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection adopted changes to the regulations governing the City’s Earned Safe and Sick Time Act.

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September 19, 2023

OSHA Finds Highway Shooting of Employee to Be Work-Related and Recordable

In a recently published interpretation letter, OSHA opined that an employee’s gunshot injury—sustained when a motorist collided with three other cars, shot the employee-driver, and stole the company’s truck—was work-related and recordable.

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September 14, 2023

OSHA Announces Options for National Heat Stress Rule

On August 24, 2023, as part of its ongoing heat illness prevention rulemaking effort, the OSHA released various options for inclusion in a proposed rule to address heat injury and illness prevention in outdoor and indoor work settings.

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September 1, 2023

Texas District Court Declares State Preemption Law Unconstitutional. What Now?

The legal battle continues between large cities and the State of Texas over state attempts to nullify local enactments on employment and other matters that exceed or conflict with state law.

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August 31, 2023

Will the FLSA Regulations for Exempt Employees Apply to Puerto Rico Operations?

The DOL’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on white collar overtime exemptions is proposing that, except for American Samoa, salary level increases triggering exemption apply also in the U.S territories, including Puerto Rico.

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August 30, 2023

DOL Proposes to Significantly Increase the Minimum Salary Level to Qualify for the “White Collar” Overtime Exemptions

On August 30, 2023, the DOL released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to revise the “white collar” overtime exemption regulations applicable to executive, administrative, and professional employees.

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August 29, 2023

OSHA Wants to Revise its Worker Walkaround Representative Policy – Should Employers Be Concerned?

OSHA released a proposed rule on its worker walkaround representative policy that would allow a third-party employee representative to be present during Compliance Safety and Health Officer inspections.

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