As more jurisdictions are requiring the disclosure of compensation information, employers should consider getting ahead of the curve and preparing to comply with expanding pay transparency obligations.
A recent NLRB ruling suggests the possibly of the Biden Board following through with an extension of Weingarten rights.
Truck drivers present a common conundrum in prevailing wages for contractors and subcontractors. We delve into compliance details.
The Nationwide Right to Unionize Act would eliminate bans on agreements between employers and unions to require union membership as a condition of employment.
The proposed rule does away with the direct and immediate control standard that was adopted by the Board under the Trump Administration.
Employers interfering with an employee’s right to display union insignia without showing justifying special circumstances would violate federal labor law
On August 5, 2022, updated rules affecting tipped workers and salaried workers who work a fluctuating work schedule will go into effect.
The NLRB may address two important topics under the National Labor Relations Act through the administrative rulemaking process.
A useful reminder to employers about NLRB processes, enforcement actions and what employers can and cannot do when faced with a union organizing drive.
While the law will take effect on July 1, 2022, employers will not be required to provide the paid leave until January 1, 2026.
Connecticut’s bill comes as the NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo has released a memo urging the Board to hold that such captive audience meetings are unlawful.
Employers were faulted for not having adequate timekeeping back-up plans in place and could be liable for the alleged wage and hour violations.
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