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Dear Littler
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January 19, 2021

Dear Littler: How do we Determine Where Remote Employees “Work” for WARN Act Purposes?

We are planning a layoff that will involve many of our employees who are working remotely during the pandemic. How do we decide who works at a particular location for WARN counting purposes?

ASAP
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January 19, 2021

Dutch Court Gags Employee Who Refused to Wear a Mask

A deliveryman for a confectionery chain who was suspended because he repeatedly refused to wear a mask is not entitled to his salary, the District Court of Utrecht ruled last week.

ASAP
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January 15, 2021

EEOC Issues Guidance on Inclusion of International Employees on OWBPA Disclosures

On January 14, 2021, the EEOC issued long-awaited and much-needed clarification on whether non-U.S. citizen employees working for a U.S. employer outside the U.S. must be included in the disclosure required for compliance with the OWBPA.

ASAP
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January 15, 2021

District of Columbia is on the Verge of Implementing One of the Broadest Non-Competition Bans in the Country

Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and other events in the nation’s capital, District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 on January 11, 2021.

ASAP
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January 12, 2021

After Brief COVID-Related Hiatus, Employers Face Return of Social Security Administration “No-Match” Letters

During the early months of the pandemic, the Social Security Administration (SSA) took a break from issuing “no-match” letters to employers. It appears that towards the end of 2020, however, the SSA has resumed this practice.

ASAP
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January 11, 2021

New Florida E-Verify Requirements are in Effect for 2021

Last summer the state of Florida enacted a new law requiring public and private employers to comply with new state E-Verify requirements starting January 1, 2021.

ASAP
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January 5, 2021

Ontario, Canada: Arbitrator Upholds For-Cause Dismissal of Employee with COVID-19 Who Put Colleagues and Others at Risk

A labour arbitrator recently dismissed a grievance pertaining to the for-cause dismissal of a unionized employee who continued to work at an airport while awaiting COVID-19 test results.

Insight
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December 23, 2020

District of Columbia Imposes Significant Restrictions on the Hospitality Industry

The District of Columbia Council has passed several pieces of legislation that impose significant obligations on D.C. employers, particularly those in the hospitality industry.

ASAP
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December 23, 2020

The Netherlands: No work, no pay – down to the last cent

The District Court of Rotterdam recently reaffirmed that if employees are able to work but refuse to do so with a suitable excuse, an employer can stop paying their salary.

Insight
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December 22, 2020

New Jersey’s Legalization of Recreational Cannabis Use Includes Critical Employee Protections, But Leaves Many Questions Unanswered

The New Jersey Legislature on December 17, 2020 passed legislation removing marijuana as a Schedule I drug and legalizing personal use of cannabis for adults over the age of 21.

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