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Stay Up to Date on the Latest Employment Legal Updates

 

FEDERAL UPDATES

NEW CASE: Without More, Full-Time Attendance Is Not An Essential Job Function
NEW CASE: NLRB Changes Its Independent Contractor Test
NEW GUIDANCE: DOL Reminds Employers How To Properly Calculate The Regular Rate Of Pay

 

STATE UPDATES

California: NEW CASE: California Employers Beware – Business Owners Can Be Held Personally Liable For Wage And Hour Violations
California: CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS – Be Sure To Reset The Clock On Employee Sexual Harassment Training
California: NEW DEVELOPMENT: Certain Truck Drivers Exempted From California’s Rest and Meal Period Requirements
California: NEW CASE: Non-Solicitation Clauses In Employment Agreements Are Unenforceable In California
California: NEW CASE Reminds California Employers Of The Business Expense Reimbursement Requirement
Connecticut: NEW LAW: Connecticut Employers, Remember That The New Pay Equity Law Prohibits Salary History Inquiries
Connecticut: REMINDER: Connecticut Employers Must Provide Rebuttal Opportunity For Employee Discipline
Illinois: NEW LAW: Illinois Employers Are Your Handbooks Compliant With The New Sexual harassment Notice Requirements?
Massachusetts: REMINDER: Massachusetts Employers Have New Requirements For Tipped Employees
Massachusetts: NEW GUIDANCE: Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave Publishes FAQs on Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Law
Michigan: NEW GUIDANCE: FAQs Regarding Michigan’s Paid Medical Leave Act Published
Ohio: NEW LAW: Cuyhoga County, Ohio Protects LGBTQ Employees From Discrimination
Pennsylvania: NEW LAW: Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission Expands Protections Of Pennsylvania Human Relations Act To Include LGBT Bias