In our previous post on October 23 2023, we discussed A.B. 1076, which makes important changes to California Business & Professions Code Section 16600. That section currently makes void, “every contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind,” subject to certain exceptions.
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Evanston, Illinois, has adopted an ordinance requiring certain employers in designated industries to give workers a 14-day notice of schedule changes and compensate them with “predictability pay” if any changes occur less than 14 days before the first scheduled shift.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Matthew B. Banocy, Partner in the firm’s St. Louis office, was named to the 2023 Missouri Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers magazine.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), an employer must pay for all work it knows about or requires, even if the employee does not specifically request compensation for it, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently held.
Congressional lawmakers introduced a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to overturn the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB’s) new joint employer rule.
SHRM recently raised concerns that a proposed rule to automatically increase the salary threshold for the federal overtime exception could cause an undue financial burden on businesses.
NLRB general counsel memo provides guidance on recent decision expanding use of bargaining orders. Footnotes to the memo address how unions can demand bargaining, what kind of misconduct will trigger a bargaining order, and how employers can challenge union-proposed election units.
Jason Donner, a 12-year employee, said he had lost his job after raising concerns about false statements surrounding the Jan. 6 attacks.
In today’s flat and fluid organizations, building an effective internal network is crucial for success.
Autoworkers at the Big 3 once set the gold standard for middle class life, with good wages and lifelong benefits. But that hasn’t been true for a long time.
Neri Karra Sillaman, entrepreneurship expert at the University of Oxford, explains how to transform your work relationships from toxicity to teamwork.
Autoworkers at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Ky., voted no on the contract agreement reached by the United Auto Workers union.
Nebraska state-employees still working from home since the COVID-19 pandemic have been given the the green light from Governor Jim Pillen to return to the offices.
American workers say they are going to therapy to talk about their toxic bosses, a new poll found.
55% of American workers ranked their bosses as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’