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By Joseph W. Ambash, Joshua Nadreau
In a unanimous opinion, a federal appeals court just rejected the National Labor Relations Board's "subgroup majority status rule" for determining when college and university faculty members are to be deemed managers.
By Richard Meneghello
When the news broke today that Uber had agreed to pay a group of drivers $20 million to settle a long-running misclassification claim, you could be forgiven ...
By Michael Greco
Transit agencies don't need to wait for fully autonomous vehicles to become a reality before they can begin saving money, augmenting safety, and enhancing efficiencies in their bus operations.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
Employers do not often worry about the respiratory illness, Legionnaires Disease, but the occurrences have increased five-fold since 2000, and experts are unsure as to the reasons
By Marty Heller
We have waited years to see where the U.S. Department of Labor would land with its much anticipated revised "overtime rule"—late yesterday, the agency delivered.
By Caroline Brown
The USDOL's long-awaited proposed white-collar exemption changes a/k/a Overtime Rule 2.0 has been made available
By Andrew Froman
Ever since Uber became part of our everyday world, the mandatory arbitration agreement it requires its independent contractor drivers to sign has been under constant scrutiny—and attack.
By Micah Dawson
Anchor Brewing receiving a union petition February 7, 2019, represents a potential watershed moment in the industry. The employees involved have cited issues related to decreased wages,
By Melissa Dials
Under the Trump administration, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) significantly increased its worksite enforcement actions against employers during 2018.
By Katherine Garbarino
Claims of sexual harassment in the workplace have spiked in recent days. This is, in large part, thanks to movements like #MeToo and Time's Up.
By Greg Grisham
Can a former employer's alleged misconduct defeat a request for injunctive relief against former employees when those departing workers take confidential information and clients to another employer?
By Sharlene Koonce
What should you do when an employee files a sexual harassment complaint against a coworker or supervisor?
By Micah Dawson
The number of violent events, some involving disgruntled employees, demonstrates that violence in the workplace is an increasingly problematic issue that employers must learn to effectively minimize and work to prevent.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
One of my recurrent business themes is the need for businesses to try to plan for unanticipated events that could devastate the business and destroy shareholder value.
By Rosemary Gousman, Alvaro Hasani
New Jersey's governor recently approved a significant expansion of the state's leave laws, permitting employees job-protected leave for a variety of new reasons and expanding available state-provided
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