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July 5, 2022

As costs rise, is an $18 minimum wage the new standard for pay debates?

Shannon Meade talks about states implementing minimum wage increases, increases in employers’ total compensation packages and the trend in “unretirements.” (Subscription required.)

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June 30, 2022

Return to Office and Adjusting to Post Pandemic Employment

Nancy Johnson and Lauren C. Robertson examine issues employers are grappling with in the wake of the COVID pandemic, including: whether long COVID is considered a disability under the law; the EEOC’s new guidance on caregiver discrimination; and vaccine m

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June 21, 2022

How Day-Of-Rest Law Changes May Affect Ill. Employers

Darren Mungerson examines amendments to Illinois' One Day Rest in Seven Act (ODRISA) that increases rights for employees as well as penalties for employers who don’t comply. (Subscription required.)

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June 9, 2022

3 Questions Employers Need To Ask About 4-Day Workweeks

Claire Deason talks about the challenges and opportunities for employers with a shortened workweek. (Subscription required.)

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May 30, 2022

Liability not an issue with rideshare ballot question

Gary J. Lieberman explains the ins and outs of a Massachusetts ballot measure that will decide whether app-based rideshare and delivery drivers are independent contractors with unprecedented flexibility and substantial benefits.

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