This week CDF secured a victory for a California Employer when the California Court of Appeal held that the employer’s general California choice-of-law provision in its employment agreement did not entitle the employee to pursue class claims for unpaid wages.
Archives for August 17, 2021
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updated its COVID-19 guidance for non-healthcare employers, Protecting Workers: Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace, on August 13, 2021.
Joseph Lazzarotti authors “Health Plan Premium Surcharges for the Unvaccinated?” published by SHRM.
Juan Felipe Santos, Sara Colón-Acevedo and Maralyssa Álvarez-Sánchez co-author “Puerto Rico Extends Mandatory Vaccination to Dining and Entertainment Sectors,” published by SHRM.
North Carolina employers must comply with new wage notification requirements due to amendments to the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act (N.C. Gen. Stat. 95-25.1 et seq.), which went into effect last month.
The South Carolina Supreme Court significantly modified the “statutory employee doctrine” framework last week, making it easier for employees of contractors and subcontractors to sue worksite employers for work-related injuries and accidents.
On August 13, 2021, OSHA updated its COVID-19 guidance applicable to employers not covered by its recent healthcare emergency temporary standard (ETS).
CACI Failed to Reasonably Accommodate Employee With Disability, Federal Agency Charged
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A former employee said Home Depot told him to stop wearing a Black Lives Matter logo or quit, according to a National Labor Relations Board complaint.
Apple is increasing coronavirus testing for corporate and retail staff, the company said in a memo obtained by Bloomberg, and it will halt plans to bring back in-person classes at U.S. stores as coronavirus cases continue to surge due to the highly infectious delta variant.
When it comes to diversity in the workplace, “a lot has changed,” said Dr. Pavica Sheldon, Professor and Department Chairperson of Communication Arts at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).
Dr. Julie Silver, a physician at Harvard Medical School is on a mission to make sure that her women mentees do not leave their jobs.
Learn how to address the key trends that are in many ways making for a better workplace than prior to 2020.