An NJ Superior Court has ruled that an employee who takes medical leave due to COVID-19 symptoms and exposure may be protected by the state's whistleblower and anti-retaliation laws.
Employers should prepare early and thoroughly for relevant H-1B processes, registrations and regulations.
We break down how the NJ WARN Act Amendments, effective April 10, increase employee protections while imposing stricter employer obligations.
Congress Passes NDAA for FY2023 with notable changes to E visa eligibility for Portuguese Nationals.
Pay transparency laws expand to California and Washington as job postings must post the position’s minimum and maximum salary range.
If finalized, this non-compete ban would have a monumental impact on the health care industry, among numerous others.
In the January 2023 Visa Bulletin, EB-1 final action and application filing dates were implemented for China and India. EB-2 and EB-3 for China and India remain the same as the December Bulletin.
Employers should prepare to show that pecuniary harm would have occurred in the absence of an unfair labor practice or that harm was not foreseeable at the time of the unfair labor practice.
Without a strategic immigration policy, some employers may be risking or sacrificing time, money and employee capital to achieve their employment objectives.
The U.S. Department of State publishes a Visa Bulletin in the middle of each month that contains information related to current immigrant visa availability for the following month.
The Memo asks the NLRB to adopt a new framework for protecting employees and, in the meantime, for NLRB Regional Directors to vigorously enforce existing law in cases involving new workplace technologies as a top priority.
In the November 2022 Visa Bulletin, EB-1 remains current for all countries; EB-2 and EB-3 for China and India remain unchanged from the October 2022 Visa Bulletin; EB-2 and EB-3 are current for all other countries.
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