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September 16, 2022

Strikes Becoming More Common Amid Inflation, Tight Labor Market

Michael Lotito says many unions will now look to the wage increases in the tentative railroad agreement as a measure of successful bargaining. (Subscription required.)

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September 14, 2022

Calif. Fast Food Worker Law Could Affect Other States, Jobs

Eli Freedberg talks about a new California law that allows a council of fast food workers, franchisors, franchisees, advocates and state government representatives to determine an industry minimum wage and other work conditions. (Subscription required.)

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September 12, 2022

Court finds employers' discretion in awarding bonuses must be exercised fairly

Rhonda B. Levy and George Vassos discuss an Ontario Court of Appeal decision that puts employers on notice that their discretion in awarding bonuses is not unconstrained and must be exercised fairly and reasonably. (Subscription required.)

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September 9, 2022

Colorado Issues Final Rules on Paid Family and Medical Leave

David Gartenberg and Carolyn Theis examine Colorado's new paid family and medical leave insurance program (FAMLI). (Subscription required.)

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September 6, 2022

Littler Labor Day Report Highlights Hiring, Policy Hurdles

Michael Lotito talks about the fifth-annual Labor Day Report from Littler’s Workplace Policy Institute, which examined the state of the labor market and several impending worker-friendly changes to state and federal workplace policy.

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