Labor & Employment
Federal and New York State labor divisions are teaming up to tackle independent contractor misclassification, which could lead to a litigation chain reaction.
The National Labor Relations Board is using its staff, now at full capacity, to investigate complaints of unfair labor practices against some very big companies.
Is your staff answering emails after regular business hours—and charging overtime to do so? Maybe it's time for a curfew.
There's a bit of turmoil, to say the least, currently on the Obamacare front. As an employer, it may be difficult to navigate the still-evolving mess. So sit back and relax.
You probably shouldn't be secretly recording employee meetings. And deleting tapes you've already made? That's even worse.
Mixed-motive discrimination cases don't have to be he said/she said, with a little bit of smart risk mitigation.
Is federal labor law keeping unions and employers from finding neutral ground?
Infosys Corporation's $34 million settlement regarding the company's alleged visa fraud has raised red flags for companies that contract with third-party vendors like Infosys to fill IT needs.
A federal ruling against New York City for not planning adequately to provide for the disabled during Superstorm Sandy has implications for corporate emergency plans.
Employers should assess their hiring policies and practices in light of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's guidance on using criminal history in hiring decisions.
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