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By James Paul, Andrew Metcalf
Flu season is coming, and healthcare (and other) organizations may be asking whether they should have mandatory flu vaccine policies.
By James J. Plunkett
The debate around DACA will likely continue to bleed into—and influence—other major policy issues that are important to the business community, such as nominations to political posts, tax reform, and government funding. This is just getting started.
By Kiosha Dickey, Hera Arsen
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced that federal contractors will not be cited for filing their VETS-4212 reports late—as long as they are filed by November 15, 2017.
By Ogletree Deakins
XYZ Logistics has certainly had its share of labor troubles lately. Its truck drivers have been represented by the Teamsters for decades, and it has been bargaining a new union contract...
By Jana Baker, James McBride
The U.S. EEOC in Dallas filed a federal lawsuit in the Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division, against Denton County, Texas, alleging violations of the Equal Pay Act with regard to Denton's compensation...
By Josh C. Harrison
As catastrophic hurricanes threaten the southeastern region, Alabama employers may want to reflect on the state's emergency response statute.
By Margaret Lopez
On September 12, the MSHA published in the Federal Register two proposed rules on Examinations of Working Places in Metal and Nonmetal Mines, reopening the rulemaking to consider two very limited changes.
By Christopher Olmsted
The City of San Diego joined a growing list of state and local jurisdictions by enacting a pay equity ordinance on July 31, 2017.
By Leigh Nason, Hera Arsen
On August 31, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that the agency will support Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts in a number of ways, including by relaxing federal...
By Ruth Anne Collins Michels, Richard C. Libert, Taylor Bracewell
Employers may want to keep a close eye on any future developments but in the interim can continue to comply with the EEOC regulations as currently drafted.
By Michael Nader
An envelope containing a charge from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission arrives on your desk.
By Bonnie Puckett, Christopher V. Anderson
The stated catalyst for the order is that Thailand ranked 46th on the World Bank Group's Ease of Doing Business rankings out of 190 countries.
By Diane Saunders
As explained below, a pay audit may provide your company with valuable protection in the event that a pay differential exists and a pay discrimination claim is filed under state law.
By Rachel Morris
Federal law, specifically the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), does not provide specific guidance on this issue.
By Steven Pockrass
With the appeal of the overtime injunction in federal court now over, employers and trade associations now need to focus on the overtime do-over that is underway at the U.S.
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