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By Richard Meneghello
Bloomberg Law's Jaclyn Diaz wrote a very interesting story earlier this week asking whether the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) would soon issue an opinion letter to aid gig economy companies...
By Todd Logsdon
Which government agency is responsible for workplace safety? Most safety professionals would say, "the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, of course."
By Todd Logsdon
OSHA issued a new Site Specific Targeting (SST) Plan effective October 16, 2018
By Rebecca S. King
Earlier this year, the founders of Ruby Ribbon, UrbanSitter, and BabyQuip created a multi-company survey of women who gig to learn more about their experiences and expectations.
By David Klass, Howard Mavity, Travis Vance
In a significant victory for employers, a federal appeals court recently limited OSHA's ability to expand accident investigations beyond their original and intended scope.
By Robert Ratton III
If there was any buzzword that reigned supreme over the past year related to workplace harassment and discrimination issues ...
By Todd Logsdon, Chantell Foley
House Bill 2 ("HB2") was signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin and became effective in July 2018.
By Robert Ratton III
To return home, Odysseus, the hero of Homer's epic poem "The Odyssey," must pass the island of the Sirens.
By Todd Logsdon, Chantell Foley
Today, the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration ("OSHA") issued a standard interpretation clarifying its position on the new recordkeeping rule's anti-retaliation provisions.
By Alden J. Parker
In a move that has been anticipated for months, the National Labor Relations Board recently published a proposed rule that would fundamentally alter the definition of joint employment,
By Travis Vance, Pamela Williams
Fisher Phillips partners Pamela Williams and Travis Vance explore a recent blockbuster decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
By Marty Heller
Marty contends the impetus behind this significant change is a drive to make compliance easy to understand.
By Thomas Birchfield
The Kentucky Supreme Court just outlawed mandatory arbitration agreements that require applicants or employees to sign if they want to be hired or remain employed ...
By Alvaro Hasani
In just a few short weeks, New Jersey employers will be required to comply with the state's new Paid Sick Leave Act.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
We've waited for over a year to learn if the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals would uphold an earlier court decision saying that OSHA ...
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