WARN Act Compliance in the Age of Remote Work
May 16, 2024
As remote work arrangements proliferate, it’s crucial for employers to remain compliant with legal obligations, including those outlined in federal and state WARN acts.
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India: May 2024 Employment Law Updates
May 10, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva
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CMS On Your Radar - Key Employment Issues to be Aware of Internationally
April 26, 2024
We are delighted to share with you our latest and largest edition of On Your Radar, with contributions from 35 countries.
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California Supreme Court Clarifies Definition Of “Hours Worked”
April 23, 2024
The California Supreme Court has issued its opinion in Huerta v. CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc., providing clarity on compensable time under California law.
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New Employment Laws in Maryland – Changes to Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance, Wage Range Posting Requirements, New Discrimination Protections and More
April 10, 2024
The Maryland General Assembly’s 2024 session ended at midnight on Monday, April 8. A number of employment bills that were passed will have a significant impact on employers.
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Wisconsin Legislature Increases PPD Rate, Clarifies Statute of Limitations, and Allows for Voluntary Advancement in PPD
April 4, 2024
On March 22, 2024, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers signed into law 2023 Wisconsin Assembly Bill 1073.
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You Know That Destroying Evidence Can Get You in Trouble, Right?
March 29, 2024
Our admonition against destroying (bad) evidence goes both ways – as shown in a recent case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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Eleventh Circuit Weighs in on Public Agency Volunteer Assessment
March 18, 2024
On March 12, 2024, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed a lower court’s determination that golf course attendants at the Osprey Point Golf Club, a golf course owned and operated by Palm Beach County, Florida, were public agency volunteers rather than employees.
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India: March 2024 Employment Law Updates
March 12, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Holds Individuals Can Sue Third Parties for Tortious Interference With Existing At-Will Employment Relationships
February 22, 2024
On February 21, 2024, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a decision in Salsberg v. Mann that is relevant for all employers.
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On the Road Again: When is Traveling for Work Compensable?
February 19, 2024
As COVID fears have eased and Zoom fatigue has grown, the road warriors have re-emerged.  In-person meetings with clients and customers and work and industry conferences are back in vogue.
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India: February 2024 Employment Law Updates
February 7, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva
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