In the wake of Target closing its Canadian doors this month, we have had some of our employer clients asking about the pros and cons of working notice.
This week’s snow “storm” left two questions unanswered for most people: (1) where was the snow? and (2) did I have to use a PTO day during Tuesday’s state-of-emergency?
On Tuesday, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”) announced a proposed rule to revise and modernize a sex discrimination guidance it issued in 1970 and clarify federal contractors’ obligations with respect to sex discrimination.
Today’s New York employment law landscape is increasingly dynamic, with a constant stream of new legislation and judicial opinions.
The Second Circuit heard arguments this morning in two cases that raise critical issues for the fate of internships in for-profit businesses: Fox Searchlight’s appeal of the decision granting summary judgment and class certification to interns who worked on film productions, and the appeal by former Hearst Corporation interns whose motion for class certification was denied.
Another Message to the EEOC On Wellness Plans: Targeting Incentives is Inconsistent with the Affordable Care Act
On January 29, 2015, the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions held a hearing on employer wellness plans.
In a decision issued this week, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed a lower court decision ordering Case Western Reserve University to award a diploma to a medical student who had exhibited a pattern of unprofessional behavior.
Employers rely on background screening as part of the hiring process. Recently, numerous large, well-known employers have been accused of failing to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”).
The U.S. Department of Labor has released their annual statistics on labor union membership. Nationwide, union membership is down slightly by .2 percent. In total, about 11 percent of the workforce belongs to a union.