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Volume XI, Number 173

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Labor and Employment Legal and Regulatory Law News

The National Law Review keeps its finger on the pulse on legal developments related to working.  Keeping employers and employees abreast of the latest labor and employment law news. We review legal news developments including issues involving interviews and employer review sites like Glassdoor, Indeed and Rate My Employer. We cover all aspects of employment and labor disputes including, disability access and accommodations, harassment, retaliation, discrimination, unfair competition and trade secrets, whistleblower actions, business immigration, workplace privacy, wrongful termination and more matters adjudicated before the courts as well as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) and state and local agencies.

We feature the latest news on emerging compliance issues such as Affordable Care Act (“ACA”/”Obamacare”) and Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) mandates, EEOC and Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) enforcement, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”) investigations, employee benefits, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”), the Department of Labor (“DOL”) Fiduciary Rules, joint employers status, E-Verify, workplace privacy, whistleblower actions, overtime requirements, and prevailing wage laws.

Employers can find the latest information on employment agreements and documents including: executive employment and compensation agreements, employee handbooks, sexual harassment policies, independent contractor agreements, social media policies, internet and email usage policies, separation agreements, equity compensation agreement and employee arbitration agreements.

On a state level, the National Law Review covers the latest on legislation, from laws banning-the-box and limiting the questions employers may ask during the hiring process; including limitations on questions about previous salary history and criminal history.  Additionally, the nation-wide push for employers to establish paid family leave & sick policy and the resulting patchwork of rules.  The National Law Review also  offers an analysis of employees rights to post about their work experience and how employers can respond to employees' on-line reviews and provides information to help companies remain compliant.  

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Date Title Organization
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Jun
COVID-19: Updated OSHA Guidance for Covid-19 and What It Means for Your Workplace K&L Gates
11
Jun
$102 Million Pay Stub, Meal Break Judgment Against Walmart Reversed Jackson Lewis P.C.
11
Jun
OSHA Issues a COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare and Guidance for General Industry Beveridge & Diamond PC
11
Jun
OSHA Finally Issues Its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard, Confines It to Healthcare Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
11
Jun
The Carrot, Not the Stick: May Employers Legally Offer Employees Incentives To Get Vaccinated? Ward and Smith, P.A.
11
Jun
New Maryland COVID-19 Workplace Safety Law Proskauer Rose LLP
11
Jun
New Secretary of Labor Hints at Increased Minimum Salary for Overtime Exemptions Jackson Lewis P.C.
11
Jun
Covid-19: OSHA Opts to Limit COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard to Certain Healthcare Employers K&L Gates
11
Jun
Cal/OSHA Sends Shock Waves Throughout California by Withdrawing Revised Emergency Temporary Standards That Would Have Relaxed Some Rules for Fully Vaccinated Employees Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
11
Jun
Navigating Economic Incentives, Legislative Initiatives, and Workplace Issues in the Age of Social Protest [PODCAST] Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
11
Jun
NLRB Finds I-9 Compliance Can Be Subject to Mandatory Bargaining Jackson Lewis P.C.
11
Jun
CalOSHA Withdraws Recently Proposed Revisions to its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) Hunton Andrews Kurth
11
Jun
Healthcare Employers Take Note: OSHA Issues New Temporary Standard Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
11
Jun
Goodbye NY: No Union For Uber Drivers…For Now Barnes & Thornburg LLP
11
Jun
Calculating the ARP COBRA Premium Subsidy Tax Credit Proskauer Rose LLP
11
Jun
OSHA Issues COVID-19 Rules for Healthcare Employers Only Roetzel & Andress LPA
11
Jun
Hands Off My Ballot: NLRB Finds that Solicitation of Mail-Ballots is Objectionable Conduct That May Warrant Setting Aside an Election Proskauer Rose LLP
10
Jun
California Revokes Controversial Masking Rules Proskauer Rose LLP
10
Jun
Telecommuters Assigned to the NY Location of Their Employer but Working Outside NY Due to the Pandemic May Be Taxed Twice Greenberg Traurig, LLP
10
Jun
Internal Corporate Audits: Who, What, When, Where & Why? Oberheiden P.C.

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