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November 3, 2022

Legal questions persist as THC products spread in Minnesota

Grant Goerke talks about the challenges employers in Minnesota face with the state’s legal cannabis law. (Subscription required.)

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November 3, 2022

They launch striking proposal for employees to earn at least 10 thousand pesos per month

Jorge Sales Boyoli discusses a proposal to increase the minimum wage floor in Mexico. (Subscription required.)

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November 2, 2022

Employers Face Robust Monitoring Disclosure in Labor Board Plan

Zoe Argento weighs in on employee-monitoring practices in light of NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo’s call for a new legal standard to invalidate employee monitoring that may interfere with workers joining together for mutual aid and protection. (Sub

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November 2, 2022

DOL rule change may fuel litigation

Michael Lotito said the DOL is trying to downplay the impact of its proposed rule that would expand the number of workers who are considered employees rather than independent contractors, but it is designed, in fact, to have a much broader brush with resp

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November 2, 2022

DOL Appears Delayed On Planned Update To Overtime Carveout

Lee Schreter explains that delay of the Department of Labor’s planned update to the overtime exemption could indicate that the department is being extra cautious in crafting an overtime proposal because it will be controversial. (Subscription required.)

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