Last month, private firefighters working for Lockheed Martin Corporation’s plant in Marietta, Georgia filed a lawsuit against their employer in the U.S. District Court for Northern District of Georgia. The firefighters are accusing Lockheed of not paying them their overtime wages and thus violating the Fair Labor Standards Act
Archives for May 23, 2022
Scott Ruygrok, Sayaka Karitani and Jeanette Youngblood author “Implementing Alternative Workweek Schedules in California,” published by SHRM.
Andrew Kozlow authors “Refresher on California Commute Time,” published by SHRM.
Chase Samples and Cashida Okeke author “South Carolina Anti-Vaccine Requirement Law Signed,” published by SHRM.
Raymond Turner authors “Dealing With Undocumented Workers in ERISA Plans,” published by SHRM.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed into law a bill that requires employers to provide employees written notice before using tracking devices on any vehicle used by an employee.
All private-sector employers with 100 or more employees and all federal contractors with 50 or more employees and at least one federal contract worth at least $50,000 are required by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC or Commission) to file an annual EEO-1 report.
Jones Walker is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked as one of “Birmingham’s Largest Labor and Employment Law Practices” by Birmingham Business Journal on April 4, 2022. The 25 law practices on the list are ranked based on information obtained from firm representatives regarding the number of company-wide labor and employment attorneys and their areas of practice.
Goldberg Segalla added Dana M. Gayeski to the firm’s Workers’ Compensation group in Princeton.
Six attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Philadelphia office have been listed in the 2022 Pennsylvania edition of Super Lawyers. The practices these attorneys represent – including Global Insurance Services, Management and Professional Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and Civil Litigation and Trial – highlight the breadth and depth of Goldberg Segalla’s key capabilities in the region.
The WCAB recently issued a panel decision, Abraham Christian v. Ring Security Agency, Inc., which awarded interest against a defendant despite its timely payment of attorney’s fees deriving from settlement.
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The latest increase, to $22, keeps bank on track for 2025 goal
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