Over the past month, after the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, much has been made in the press about how it is unprecedented for the court to consider a company’s religious beliefs in making its decisions.
This past week, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge determined that a sushi manufacturer violated the National Labor Relations Act by seeking to compel individual arbitration proceedings of a wage-and-hour class action brought by a former employee.
As promised on Monday, here is my magnum opus regarding the EEOC’s new Enforcement Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination and Related Issues.
Behind the inflammatory headlines and pro-and anti-immigration protests, undocumented migrants were granted a small win in California that went unnoticed in the mainstream media.
Hong Kong is often called the city where “East meets West”. One happy result of this conjunction is that Hong Kong employees become entitled to statutory Chinese and Western holidays.
Navigating the law around non-compete agreements can be a difficult subject.And for those living in Kentucky, that may have become a lot more challenging as the state’s Supreme Court ruled can’t make an employee sign a non-compete just to continue working. While the ruling only applies there, the lesson is that employers should have employees sign non-competes before they start on the job.
I went to an excellent training yesterday put on by the MetroNorth Chamber of Commerce. Coon Rapids Police Officer Bryan Platz was the speaker presenting on HEARTSafe Communities.
Here we go again – another couple of heath care facilities sued by the EEOC under the ADA.
On July 14, 2014, the Council of the District of Columbia (“D.C. Council”) unanimously voted to “ban the box,” approving a bill that will restrict when an employer may ask a job applicant about his criminal background.
A Louisiana appellate court recently decided that a non-competition agreement was unenforceable. But not because it contained unreasonable geographic or temporal restrictions or failed to strictly comply with Louisiana’s non-compete statute.