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By Fisher & Philips LLP
We've waited for over a year to learn if the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals would uphold an earlier court decision saying that OSHA ...
By Fisher & Philips LLP
We regularly remind employers that third parties, such as unions, and social justice and environmental groups, will use safety as a club to embarrass and bring pressure on a company. Sometimes,
By Richard Meneghello
During Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit earlier this week, Uber's CEO Dara Khosrowshahi dropped a bombshell: the company wants to soon provide benefits to its drivers in an effort to close the gap between what is received by its contractor fleet and its employee workforce.
By Jennifer Sandberg, Joseph Shelton
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) just released its preliminary findings examining sexual harassment in the workplace over the past year, and, in wake of the #MeToo movement,
By Richard Meneghello, Katherine Sandberg
The Supreme Court term that wrapped up in June was one of the most exciting sessions for workplace law in recent memory, with several blockbuster decisions impacting a wide range of labor...
By Lariza A. Hebert, Stephen Roppolo
The term gig economy is not just one you hear millennials use; it's a continuously growing workforce of independent contractors who value flexibility over what used to be referred to as a steady job.
By Jeffrey Csercsevits
In June 2018, Philadelphia City Councilmember Helen Gym introduced legislation designed to improve predictability in scheduled shifts for employees in the retail, hospitality, and food services sector – the second largest sector of the Philadelphia economy.
By Steven Bernstein, Todd Lyon
Employee walkouts and protests are likely to occur on a large scale starting today and lasting through Thursday, spurred on by the union-supported "Fight for $15" movement and in anticipation...
By Lisa McGlynn
As students have started another school year this Fall, conversations often return to teachers' pay and the disparity between what they are undoubtedly worth and what they actually earn.
By Benjamin M. Ebbink
Wrapping up a whirlwind weekend, California Governor Jerry Brown just signed several pieces of legislation that will create new employer obligations in the areas of sexual harassment and gender discrimination.
By Richard Meneghello
A New York judge recently rejected an employer's attempt to force an employment claim into arbitration due to a poor choice of wording in the written agreement.
By Judd E. Cohen
Summer might be coming to a close, but labor unions continue to feel a rise in temperature.
By Darin Mackender
It goes without saying that federally funded educational institutions cannot discriminate on the basis of gender. Some federal courts believe Title IX is the proper statute...
By Caroline Brown
In a case that refuses to go away, the Ninth Circuit, now sitting en banc, has held that the plaintiff in Marsh v. J. Alexander's stated an FLSA minimum wage claim based on the USDOL's so-called "20% Rule" limiting a tipped employee's activities.
By Nan Sato
Singapore is sitting on a demographic time bomb.
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