May 12, 2013

Google Alert - Employment Law

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'Need to apply laws equally on all firms regarding expat employees' - Arab Times
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
In a statement to the press, Al-Boos said the ministry's decision to reduce 100,000 workers annually must be done using measured methods that differentiate between law-abiding companies and those who violate the employment laws. "For example, there ...
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Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
Labor Law: Pregnancy at work
Richmond Times Dispatch
The law prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related conditions. The law, however, does not give greater rights to pregnant workers than other employees. Rather, the law simply requires that pregnant workers be treated the same ...
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Adopt ILO Convention 189 in Local Labour Laws
"Although labour laws for Zanzibar and Tanzania seem to define what domestic work is, it is submitted that the law is not clear as the ILO Convention No. 189 on what domestic work is, says Annamarie Kiaga, the ILOs UN Development Assistance Plan ...
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Bethan Darwin on the legal status of bonuses in the City of London
"The contractual rights of the employees were sacrificed on the altar of public perception". The Dresdner Kleinwort case is unique, arising from political pressure, but the case law on bonuses comes from the financial services sector. In Clark v Nomura ...
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California Targeted Employment Areas (TEA) Designations – Shift in Policy
The National Law Review
The California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) held a conference call on May 6th to discuss investment in California through the EB-5 program and its role in certifying Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs). GO-Biz is the ...
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Eye care company sees the error of its pay ways
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law on May 11, 2013 4:00pm in Human Resources,Overtime Labor Laws. Fort Worth-based Alcon Laboratories has agreed to pay $199,443 in back wages to 342 assemblers, material handlers and production ...
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Minnesota Senate approves bill banning conviction questions
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on May 12, 2013 8:00am in Hiring,Human Resources. The Minnesota Senate has approved a measure that would prohibit most private employers from asking job applicants about past criminal convictions ...
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Another lawsuit in state police Asian sex-trip scandal
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on May 12, 2013 8:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. The Pennsylvania State Police sex-tourism scandal gripping Harrisburg just got even more complicated. Yet another ...
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Lawmakers consider expanding state leave laws that business leaders say are ...
"Anybody who does business in multiple states will tell you that Oregon employment laws are just a wreck, and I would say our leave law is the crown jewel of it." Advocates say the leave bills are needed for modern families where there is rarely an ...
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Why ENDA Matters to the Trans Community
Huffington Post
In the modern era of LGBT civil rights, transgender inclusion in employment nondiscrimination bills has been the proverbial elephant in the room. The subject drove a deep wedge between the transgender community and the LGB community in 2007, when ...
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Pa. lags getting aid to jobless -
Pennsylvania demonstrated a "pretty low average" in settling such matters in a timely fashion, said George Wentworth, senior staff attorney with the National Employment Law Project, who studied the letter. The project is a national nonprofit research ...
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Fast Food Restaurant Strikes Spread to St. Louis, Detroit
The National Law Review
Instead, the efforts are being supported by a coalition of organizations, including labor groups, nominally coined "alt-labor," that are not legally unions. But this does not mean that their activities are not protected by U.S. labor laws, specifically ...
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Experts: 'Punish officials for migration law violations'
Migration experts say it is high time the proposed migration law incorporated a provision to punish government functionaries that violated of it. They made the suggestion at a national consultation on "Overseas Employment and Migrants' Bill 2013" held ...
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Bahrain hits back at claims over FTA
Gulf Daily News
In a strongly-worded letter, it says Bahrain could have breached the terms of the FTA, "by not striving to ensure that its law provide for labour standards consistent with internationally recognised labour rights and not striving to improve those ...
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Timely Performance Management in Avoiding Family and Medical Leave Act ...
The National Law Review
No doubt, terminating or taking adverse employment action against an employee who has recently utilized legally protected leave rights is risky, and an employer should consult legal counsel before taking any such action. However, these cases illustrate ...
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Mines' move to stop paying union chiefs sparks row
Imraan Mahomed, head of employment law at Routledge Modise, said the payment of full-time shop stewards was regulated by an agreement between individual employers and a trade union. "I am not sure how the chamber intends to do away with the status ...
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Changes needed to stop migrant worker abuse - union
"With its poor labour standards, lack of enforcement of employment law and continuing attack on union rights, it has become open season in New Zealand for the exploitation of migrant workers, he said. Robert Reid and Dennis Maga said they were looking ...
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Blogs1 new result for Employment Law
Employment Law and Employee Relations ( 3 different essays of ...
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Web6 new results for Employment Law
HR and Employment Law Associate | Bench and Bar of Minnesota
Mid-sized firm with national practice in the Minneapolis metro area has an opening for an experienced HR and employment law associate. This position would.
Critical Employment Law Issues Facing Healthcare Employers ...
Healthcare employers are facing major challenges related to a surge of wage and hour class actions, increasing retaliation lawsuits, and difficult EEO ...
Labor & Employment Law | Rifkin, Livingston, Levitan & Silver, LLC
Representing clientele for government relations and state procurement opportunities, commercial, tax, health care, and bankruptcy matters.
Employment Law - Gregory, Doyle, Calhoun & Rogers, LLC
Employment Law - Gregory, Doyle, Calhoun & Rogers, LLC assists public and private employers across the country with all aspects of employment law.
Employment Law - The Porter Law Firm - Tyler, TX
In additional to handling personal-injury lawsuits, The Porter Law Firm, P.C. frequently represents employers and employees in employment-law cases.
Colorado expands FMLA leave to cover civil unions, domestic partners
Under a law signed by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 3, the state has expanded the circle of family members for whom Colorado employees are ...

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