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Through the Veil: OFCCP’s Transparency Results in Even Minor Contractor Violations Being Published by the Agency

Jackson Lewis P.C. • February 15, 2019
Recently, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) began posting in its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Library links to conciliation agreements between the agency and federal contractors that contain only material technical violations. Until now, the only conciliation agreements posted in OFCCP’s FOIA library have been those in which OFCCP has identified material discrimination violations.

Unsettled Waters at the Accommodation of Last Resort

Jackson Lewis P.C. • February 15, 2019
In 2019, we are poised to learn where the Fourth Circuit stands on reassignment as an accommodation—an issue that has split the Circuits.

Top Five Labor Law Developments for January 2019

Jackson Lewis P.C. • February 15, 2019
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) reinstated its pre-2014 standard for determining whether an individual is an independent contractor or an employee. SuperShuttle DFW, Inc., 367 NLRB No. 75 (Jan. 25, 2019). The NLRB determined that the employer’s shuttle van drivers were not employees, but independent contractors.

Federal Court Rejects Free Speech Challenge to New York City's Payroll Deduction Law

FordHarrison LLP • February 15, 2019
xecutive Summary: On February 6, 2018, a New York federal judge rejected a challenge to a New York City law requiring fast-food businesses to, upon request of their employees, forward voluntary deductions from employee paychecks to nonprofits. The 2017 Deductions Law requires these businesses to create and maintain a payroll deduction system by which employees can donate a portion of their wages to certain nonprofits registered with the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs.

New 2019 California Employment Laws Creating Compliance Challenges

XpertHR • February 15, 2019
California employers seemingly need a scorecard each year to keep up with all of the employment law changes afoot, but this is especially true in 2019.

Did You Know California has a State Mandated Retirement Plan?

Jackson Lewis P.C. • February 15, 2019
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