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OFCCP Extends Enforcement Moratorium for TRICARE Subcontractors to 2021, Includes Veterans Affairs Health Benefits Program Providers

Goldberg Segalla LLP • May 24, 2018
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has issued Directive 2018-2, which extends the moratorium on its enforcement of affirmative obligations for subcontractors under TRICARE, the health care program of the United States Department of Defense that provides medical benefits to active duty and retired military personnel and their families.

Part II: State Legislatures’ Initial Response to the Call to Action

Fisher Phillips • May 24, 2018
Following the Obama White House’s Call to Action in October 2016, state legislatures have been busy enacting restrictive covenant reform, particularly to non-compete laws. By our count, eight (8) states have enacted some type of reform since the Call to Action. Some of this activity may have been in the works prior to the Call to Action, but others are undoubtedly following the Obama White House’s Best-Practices Policy Objectives:

New York City Earned Sick Time Act Updates Take Effect: New Policies and Notices to Employees Required

FordHarrison LLP • May 24, 2018
Executive Summary: In November, the New York City Council passed a law amending the Earned Sick Time Act, changing the name to the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act (ESSTA), and allowing employees to use paid time off under ESSTA if they or their family members are victims of domestic violence and other family offenses. The changes came into effect on May 5, 2018. Employers need to immediately update their sick time policies to reflect the change and distribute the new “Notice of Employee Rights” to all their employees by June 4, 2018.
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