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The Potential Pitfalls Of Using Non-Competes For Low-Wage Workers
The Bloomberg Editorial Board recently published an article entitled "Too Many Workers Are Trapped By Non-Competes" arguing ...
United States
30 Nov 2018
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The Shifting Sands Of The Joint Employer Test
The National Labor Relations Board is signaling yet another change to the joint employer test in its recent issuance of a new proposed rule.
United States
4 Oct 2018
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Revisiting The NLRB's Workplace Rule Standards
We wrote recently about the Trump Administration's efforts to roll back the Obama-era NLRB's workplace handbook and rule restrictions.
United States
18 May 2018
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NLRB Rolls Back Obama-Era Workplace Handbook And Rule Restrictions
For the past several years, folks in the HR space have had to pay special attention to the language in their handbooks and employment policies out of fear of violating rules established by a series of decisions from the NLRB.
United States
21 Mar 2018
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5 Employment Law Predictions For 2018 – Part II
Part I of this post offered predictions related to DOL Opinion Letters and a likely rule increasing the minimum exempt salary level under the FLSA.
United States
25 Jan 2018
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5 Employment Law Predictions For 2018 – Part I
With the holidays now over and everyone settling back into our regular work routines, some predictions on labor and employment law developments for 2018 might be helpful.
United States
24 Jan 2018
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Can Harvey Weinstein Be Successfully Sued?
Associate Evan Gibbs' biweekly column in Above the Law explores the question: Can Harvey Weinstein be successfully sued?
United States
14 Nov 2017
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Two Bulls In A China Shop: The EEOC And The DOJ
United States executive agencies are practically always on the same page when presenting to the public.
United States
27 Oct 2017
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Collection Of Pay Data On The EEO-1 Report On Hold – For Now!
Ever since the election, large employers and federal contractors across the country have been holding their breath, wondering if the Trump administration would take steps to revoke a new requirement...
United States
7 Sep 2017
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Handling An Employee Who Won't Shake Hands For Religious Reasons
Religious issues in the workplace are challenging both from a legal and practical standpoint. Managers and HR professionals want employees to feel accepted and included, and they don't...
United States
12 Jun 2017
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Georgia's New "Family Care Act" – Using Paid Leave For Sick Family Members
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed a new law on May 8, 2017, requiring employers to allow employees to use some of their earned and available sick leave to care for the employee's immediate family member.
United States
30 May 2017
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A New Era Of Decreased Enforcement?
Are we moving into an era of less aggressive enforcement by the federal agencies tasked with responsibility over our nation's labor and employment laws?
United States
7 Apr 2017
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Employment Agreements Under The Bright Light Of The SEC's Enforcement Efforts
Back in April 2015, we told you about a new player in the world of employee whistleblower enforcement: the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
United States
28 Feb 2017
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Nationwide Injunction Prohibits Implementation Of The Department Of Labor's New Overtime Rules
A nationwide junction was issued Tuesday evening blocking implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor's new rules increasing the minimum salary levels required for most white collar exemptions.
United States
28 Nov 2016
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