Most employers are required to complete OSHA Form 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses for 2022 by Feb. 1, 2023, and to post it and keep it posted until April 30, 2023. The 300A log summarizes work-related injuries and illnesses employees experienced during the prior year. Minor injuries that are treated only by first aid do not need to be recorded. The annual summary must be completed and posted even if no injuries or illnesses occurred during the year.
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In a per curiam opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed the writ of certiorari granted in In re: Grand Jury, No. 21-1397, writing only that it was “improvidently granted.”
In 2022, New York State and New York City enacted many new workplace laws, creating additional obligations for employers.
Three attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Chicago office have been recognized among the 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” Thomson Reuters publishes the annual compendium of outstanding lawyers who meet stringent requirements for professional achievement and who have attained a high degree of peer recognition.
In this Legal Alert, we review some of the hot topics in employment law that employers should watch out for as we move forward into 2023. Legislative and regulatory developments affecting the workplace across the country are expected to continue, and employers should remain informed and proactive in updating policies and practices as these developments occur.
On January 10, 2023, the Illinois Legislature passed the “Paid Leave for All Workers Act,” (PLAW Act) effectively guaranteeing that as of January 1, 2024, with a few exceptions, “an employee who works in Illinois” will be eligible to earn “up to a minimum 40 hours of paid leave” in a 12-month period. With the new law, Illinois will join Maine and Nevada in allowing eligible employees to take time provided or earned under the Act for “any reason.” Governor JB Pritzker is expected to sign the bill into law in the near future.
Gaming is a huge industry, and workers are trying to unionize.
The retail giant said the minimum wages for those employees would range from $14 to $19 an hour, up from $12 to $18 an hour.
Four ways to become your own best advocate.
Research suggests it has a positive — and sizable — impact on firm performance.
A five-step process to discuss problems that feel too threatening, too uncomfortable, or too hidden to bring to the surface.
The working world’s obsession with hustle culture may finally be ending. This shift in career aspirations means that there’s an opportunity—no, a necessity—to cultivate happy, healthy and thriving workplaces in 2023.
Suspect Chunli Zhao, 66, is the only person suspected in the carnage that unfolded in the picturesque oceanfront town on Monday, officials said.
Median weekly earnings rose 7.4% last year, outpacing inflation; some groups notched double-digit gains