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Friday, March 09, 2007

Week In Review (March 9, 2007)

Most Popular Federal Law Article

[url=“”>Top Ten Labor and Employment Events and Trends of 2006 (pdf).</A>
This issue highlights the Top Ten Labor & Employment Events and Trends of 2006. Included on this list are: Change In Congressional Leadership May Lead To Profound Shift In The Congressional Legislative Agenda, NLRB Clarifies The Definition of “Supervisor”; Supreme Court Expands Protections Against Employer Retaliation; Targeting Hidden Bias: EEOC Revises Compliance Manual To Address Implicit Discrimination; Davids 1 through 100 v. Goliath: FLSA Collective Actions Target High Profile Companies; Pandemic Fever: Employers Confront Need For Contingencies To Counter Potential Pandemic Illnesses; “Change To Win” Coalition Initiates Aggressive Plans to Organize “Millions of Workers”; New E-Discovery Rules Will Require Comprehensive Document Retention Programs; Congress Enacts Sweeping New Pension Legislation; Support Our Troops! The DOL Implements New Military Leave Act Regulations.
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Most Popular State Law Article

<a >California Management Update (pdf).</A>
Highlights: New Employment Laws for 2007 and Beyond; Finally Some Clarity - California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Approves Sexual Harassment Training Regulations; Companies Must “Shine the Light” on their Security Breaches; Prior Periods of Employment Must be Considered When Determining an Employee’s Eligibility for FMLA Leave; California Supreme Court To Review Whether Noncompetition Agreements Are Invalid Even If Narrowly Tailored; Employers May Recover Commissions Advanced To Employees But Never Earned.
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<a TARGET=“_blank”]Young manager harassing Baby Boomer leads to EEOC fine[/url]
OregonLive - March 06, 2007

Posted by Patrick Della Valle on 03/09 at 08:09 AM
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