On June 23, 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) voted to exit the European Union (EU).
In the case of House of Representatives v. Burwell, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that the United States government wrongly spent billions of dollars in the past two years to reimburse insurance companies for providing health coverage at lower costs.
The Fair Pay Act (codified at Labor Code § 1197.5) has been in effect in California for almost six months.
Next week Los Angeles employers need to comply with new minimum wage and paid sick leave requirements.
Minnesota Judge Denies Injunction Against Soon-to-Be Effective Persuader Rule but Notes Potential Issues with Rule
We kicked off the week by reminding you the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new “persuader” rules are set to take effect July 1.
Employers are required under federal immigration law to verify the employment eligibility of new employees by reviewing acceptable documents provided by the employee—to establish the employee’s identity and work authorization—and then completing an Employment Eligibility Verification, commonly known as Form I-9.
This morning’s announcement that the British public have voted in favor of a so-called “Brexit,” has the potential to be one of the most significant events in recent British history.
Now that the new DOL exemption rules have issued, commentators have had time to reflect on what these changes may mean for business.
The District of Columbia Office of Human Rights recently partnered with the National LGBTQ Task Force to publish a resource guide, “Valuing Transgender Applicants & Employees: A Best Practices Guide for Employers” (the “Guide”), designed to support employers in creating workplace and hiring policies that prevent discrimination against transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals.
OSHA’s new final rules call into question mandatory post-accident drug screenings and safety incentive programs, open the door to new retaliation citations, and will require employers to post OSHA logs electronically.