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NLRB Proposes New Rule Expanding Scope of Joint-Employer Standard: What Might This Mean for You?
September 30, 2022
If the proposed rule is issued as written, it would have significant implications for employers deemed to be joint employers—including, but not limited to, a requirement to bargain with a union that represents any jointly employed workers.
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Hiring Best Practices: Salary History Bans and Pay Transparency
September 28, 2022
To address pay discrimination, states and localities have been enacting laws that prohibit employers from asking about an applicant’s salary history.
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Form I-9 Changes Effective November 1, 2022 - What Employers Need to Know
September 27, 2022
As most employers know, completing Form I-9 is one of the most crucial steps in the hiring process.
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Moonlighting: The Indian Legal Perspective
September 26, 2022
Moonlighting has emerged as a frequent challenge for work-from-home employers in India in light of the nationwide lockdown, following an urgent need to ensure workplace safety.
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Retaliation Claims Can Drive You Nuts!
September 21, 2022
As many employers sadly know, those retaliation claims can be more problematic than a discrimination or harassment claim.
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CMS Legal's Expert Worldwide Guide on Discrimination in the Workplace
September 19, 2022
This CMS Expert Guide profiles a number of key jurisdictions worldwide, looking both at statutory requirements on employers to prevent discrimination and best practice.
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Wait – But the Disability Law Doesn’t Actually Say That!
September 15, 2022
Awhile back, I wrote a blog post about Washington, DC laws that were passed but not implemented. But we just ran into the opposite issue – apparently DC has implemented a law that doesn’t – technically – exist!
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Paid Leave Oregon – Volume 1: Is Pursuing an “Equivalent Plan” Right for Your Business?
September 13, 2022
Paid Leave Oregon, the brand name of the Oregon Family and Medical Leave Insurance (“FMLI”) program, is ready for its debut.
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Your Neutral Uniform Policy May Violate the NLRA
September 7, 2022
This case arose in the backdrop of a union organizing campaign, when Tesla employees first wore black cotton shirts at work, with the union’s campaign slogan, “Driving a Fair Future at Tesla” on the front and a larger logo with the slogan and “UAW” on the back.
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NLRB Issues Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Joint-Employer Status
September 7, 2022
On September 6, 2022, the National Labor Relations Board issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking as to the legal standard for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act.
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Employers – Be Prepared for More Union Apparel in the Workplace
September 1, 2022
On Monday, August 29, 2022, the National Labor Relations Board issued its first precedent-shifting decision under the Biden administration, which will have the effect of permitting more apparel with union insignia in the workplace.
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Massachusetts: Divided Appeals Court Makes Summary Judgment Even Less Likely for Employers
August 29, 2022
Getting an employment case dismissed before trial has always been pretty elusive in Massachusetts state courts, but if a recent ruling by a divided panel of the Appeals Court stands as written, it just became even more difficult.
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Hiring Best Practices: Salary History Bans and Pay Transparency https://t.co/VvgiyIJKBd

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Form I-9 Changes Effective November 1, 2022 - What Employers Need to Know https://t.co/ulqR6AEV9A

Sep 26

The Indian Legal Perspective on Moonlighting: https://t.co/tKDboCHotM