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House Republican Rep. Linda Chaney, R-St. Pete Beach, filed a new proposal targeting Florida child labor laws that would eliminate restrictions on the number of hours 16- and 17-year-olds could work and revises the age certain employment restrictions apply.
The only way the UAW’s strategy of rejecting voluntary overtime can work is if Ford, GM, and Stellantis lack enough workers to make cars.
The union representing Canadian autoworkers at Ford has reached a tentative deal with the US automaker, keeping more than 5,000 union members on the job and providing some good news for an industry dealing with unprecedented labor disruptions.
Factory workers want lots more pay and fewer hours, but that’s hard to justify when U.S. manufacturers are losing ground
Michael Lotito says the NLRB has strategically furthered President Biden’s agenda that unions can be encouraged to organize and be recognized.
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LEWISBURG, W.Va. – Wal-Mart Stores East, LP violated federal law when it subjected female employees to sexual harassment and fired a female employee in retaliation for reporting the harassment, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit announced today.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Arkansas-based Hank’s Furniture, Inc., a retail seller of home furniture with stores in four states, violated federal law by refusing to accommodate the sincerely held religious beliefs of an assistant store manager in Pensacola, Florida and then firing her, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged
BALTIMORE – Chesapeake Montessori Foundation, Inc., operator of the Chesapeake Montessori School in Annapolis, Maryland, an independent childcare and educational institution that follows the Montessori pedagogical philosophy, violated federal law when it discriminated against a longtime teacher because of her daughter’s disability, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleged
Rhonda B. Levy and Barry Kuretzky discuss Canada’s revised Amending Regulation, which expands the Exemption Regulation to cover additional industries.
Human Resources Director Canada
Lee Schreter explains why nonprofits in particular would struggle with a federally proposed $20,000 increase in salaried workers’ eligibility for overtime.
In this episode, Jen provides practical advice about how to limit the chit-chat during internal investigations.
Once your employee steps off U.S. soil, does the employee lose FMLA protection?
Consider these two scenarios:
In the first scenario, your employee requests FMLA to sit bedside with his mother, who suffering from terminal cancer. Mom is located in Mexico City, Mexico.
In the second scenario, you
CLEVELAND – TA Dedicated, Inc. doing business as Transport America, and TForce TL Holdings USA, Inc., doing business as Transportation Enterprise Services, violated federal law by subjecting two gay mechanics to harassment and termination because of their sexual orientation and retaliated against them for opposing or complaining about the harassment,