May 30, 2013

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AG: Gun measure doesn't affect employment law
San Francisco Chronicle
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee employer could fire a worker who violates company policy by storing firearms and ammunition in vehicles parked on employers' property despite a new state law, according to a state attorney general's opinion. Gov.
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China Enacts New Employment Law Affecting Employers Who Do Not Directly ...
The National Law Review
China has a new employment law. This new law significantly impacts an employer who does not directly employ its own workers, but instead uses agencies such as FESCO or third party staffing companies, also known as labor dispatching agencies.
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Ryanair in French court for dodging French labour law
Irish low-cost flight company Ryanair appeared in a French court Thursday, accused of dodging French taxes and labour law at an airport it opened in the Mediterranean city of Marseille in 2007. France's social security system is demanding four million ...
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Abbott wounded by electoral law backflip
Labor says Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's decision to go back on a written promise to back electoral law reforms casts doubt on other coalition pre-election pledges. The federal government decided on Thursday not to go ahead with the laws, which would ...
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Who is responsible for my husband's work-related death?
149 of the Federal Labor Law No. 8 of 1980 states the following: "Where a worker dies as a result of a work-related injury or an occupational disease, the members of his family shall be entitled to compensation equal to his basic wage for twenty four ...
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Bangladesh labour life puts the value of human life at $1586.34
In a country where industrial deaths and injuries are high, the labour law should have stringent provisions to oblige owners to adequately support workers and their families in case of workplace accidents, rights activists and labour leaders say. They ...
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Note These Legal Issues Before Hiring Freelancers
In addition, some employers might be turning to contractors to stay under the 50-employee threshold that will require them to pay for employee health insurance (or pay a penalty) under the federal health care law slated to begin next year. However ...
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Can I be forced to work as a teacher?
Is the school acting in accordance with the Labor Law and Ministry of Labor? 2. Should I file labor complaint against the school? Specially they are not ready to pay my salary and end of service. I would like to clarify to the questioner that as per ...
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Joyce made 'backroom deal' over high seas protest ban - Labour
New Zealand Herald
Newly released documents show Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce made a "backroom deal'' with oil company Shell over the ban on protesting in the exclusive economic zone, the Labour Party says. The law change last month banned protesters ...
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Do unpaid pro bono internships violate the law? ABA says they should be allowed
ABA Journal
"Furthermore, in the current economic climate with shrunken employment opportunities for law school graduates, hindering the ability of law students and recent graduates to work side-by-side with experienced lawyers who could provide both strong ...
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The California Employment Law Attorneys At Blumenthal Nordrehaug ...
Watch List News (press release)
On May 8, 2013 the San Diego employment lawyers at Webb & Bordson and Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik filed a class action complaint against Lyon Management Group, Inc. for alleged wage and hour violations. Sullivan v. Lyon Management Group ...
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Deborah R. Willig Named to Juvenile Law Center Board
PR Urgent (press release)
Philadelphia labor and employment lawyer Deborah R. Willig, Esq. of Willig, Williams & Davidson has been named to the Board of Directors of Juvenile Law Center. Willig was elected to a three-year term by the board in May 2013. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ...
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Q & A Session – Do Contractors have Rights in a Federal Investigation?
Federal Times (blog)
There has not been any meeting set up with supervisors and the employee to try and fix this. Nobody has called and updated him or asked him his side of the story. What are his rights as a contractor working for the federal agency? What should he do at ...
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Conference on Employee Investigations
Christine Sensenig, attorney practicing employment and labor law for 17 years, will conduct an interactive session, Creating a Culture of Respect in the Workplace. Co-hosted by the St Lucie HR Association and Treasure Coast HR Association, this ...
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Attorney Walt Auvil has Achieved the AV Preeminent® Rating - the Highest ...
Sacramento Bee
... was the first attorney in West Virginia to be admitted as a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, an international membership association of more than one thousand of the best and brightest lawyers who practice in labor employment law.
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Proposed Bill Fights Workplace Discrimination Against LGBT Workers
Justice News Flash
At this time there are 29 states that have no explicit protections against employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or identity. In addition, a 2011 report by the Williams Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles ...
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Another reason to let managers set their own hours
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on May 29, 2013 5:00pm in Human Resources,Overtime Labor Laws. Here's incentive to give managers more control over their own schedules. It could prevent one disgruntled employee from turning a simple ...
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Filling the Gaps in the Employment Non-Discrimination Act
Campus Progress
The 2013 version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would codify workplace protections for LGBTQ employees into federal law, was introduced in Congress last month. Advocates and law-makers have been trying to get the bill passed ...
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AG: New Tenn. doesn't offer complete protection to gun holders
Knoxville News Sentinel
Asked for comment, Ramsey replied via email that "it was never the intent of the law to disturb" Tennessee's employment-at-will law, but cited a 1997 state Supreme Court decision that says an employee, despite that law, cannot be fired "for attempting ...
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Francois Hollande tells European Commission it can't 'dictate' to France
The French president was critical after the commission, which has new European Union powers to enforce reforms in the eurozone, demanded France enact far-reaching overhauls to its employment laws and pensions. "The European Commission cannot ...
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New minimum pay scale for private jute mill workers
The gazette obliges jute mill authorities to pay compensation to those workers who are suspended as per the Labour Law 2006. The categorisation for officials and employees however was put in reverse order with grade-1 employees paid the highest of Tk4 ...
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You can Banks on new service to deliver HR needs
Wiltshire Business
Small businesses needing HR support can tap into a new service launched this month by Swindon's Banks, chartered accountants. Banks has teamed up with Cheltenham-based Cornhill HR to offer a bespoke HR and employment law advisory service to the ...
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Underage labour finds a new frontier in Cambodia
Globe and Mail
While employing girls as young as 15 isn't necessarily a violation of Cambodia's weak labour laws, their employment is supposed to be capped at a maximum of eight hours a day. The girls making leather boots and shoes inside the Ying Dong plant say they ...
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Puerto Rico Gov signs historic LGBT bills for LGBT
Windy City Times
(New York, May 29, 2013) — Today, Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro GarcÃşa Padilla signed two bills into law - one prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity and one that includes same-sex couples in the ...
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New York City Employers Beware: Discrimination Against the Unemployed is ...
The National Law Review
Effective June 11, 2013, New York City employers with at least four employees (as well as employment agencies) are prohibited by law from discriminating against individuals based on their employment status. Thus, covered employers may not make ...
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Nevada Becomes Tenth State to Prohibit Use of Credit Reports by Employers for ...
With Governor Brian Sandoval signing Senate Bill 127 (SB 127) into law, Nevada has now become the tenth state in the U.S. to prohibit employers from conditioning employment on a consumer credit report or other credit information with few exceptions.
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Murphy to form manufacturing advisory group
Westfair Online
The group, which will make legislative recommendations to Congress starting later this year 2013, will be tasked with suggesting bipartisan solutions to issues related to labor and employment law, exporting, energy costs, education and diversity in the ...
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Dickinson Wright Receives Top Rankings by Chambers USA; 28 Attorneys ...
Midland Daily News
Labor & Employment. Timothy H. Howlett is recognized for his expertise in all aspects of employment law and employment litigation, especially in employment and discrimination issues. General Commercial Litigation. Gary L. Birnbaum is recognized for his ...
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D.C. Circuit Court Overrules National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Notice ...
The National Law Review
By requiring an employer to post a notice informing employees of their right to unionize, and creating a new unfair labor practice for refusing to post the notice, the court concluded that the rule violated employers' free speech rights to remain ...
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Govt considers help for older workers
Herald Sun
Senior ministers on Thursday accepted an Australian Law Reform Commission report which identified hurdles for the growing number of ageing people seeking employment. "We must look to remove the barriers to continue participation in the workplace, ...
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State House boosts minimum wage
Ct Post
A coalition including the National Employment Law Project called on Malloy and the state Labor Department to find out why the servers and hotel workers would make so little money. Under the overall legislation, a 45 cent increase will occur Jan. 1 ...
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Minnesota Enacts "Ban The Box Law"
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Effective January 1, 2014, recent amendments to Minnesota law will restrict the timing of pre-employment inquiries by most private employers into a candidate's criminal past. Employers who are not exempted from the law may not (1) inquire into or ...
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Landmark ruling in fringe pay dispute
The Stage
... encourage and make reputable'." He gave the example of the King's Head in Islington as a fringe theatre that had adapted its working practices so that it was in tune with employment law. A decision on how much the actors will be paid has yet to be ...
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APNewsBreak: SC agency making early debt payment
Legislators approved a repayment plan in 2010 that increased employers' rates as part of a law that overhauled the former Employment Security Commission and made it a Cabinet agency. The rate increases caused a backlash from business owners hit with ...
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Student Organizations Under Assault
The Nation. (blog)
"Right to work" laws are state statutes that govern the extent to which an established union can require employees' membership, payment of union dues or fees as a condition of employment, either before or after hiring. The most recent case of a student ...
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Workers' 'guns-in-trunks' rights don't mean boss can't fire you
The Tennessean
But the measure did not change Tennessee laws letting businesses terminate workers at will, meaning employees could be fired for violating a policy prohibiting guns, state lawyers found. The opinion could reopen the debate over guns-in-trunks measures, ...
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Employing Workers Abroad? Look Out For Legal Minefields
Law Week Colorado
... with internationally based employees face a minefield of employment-related issues typically overlooked when expansion occurs. To American employers accustomed to a flexible employment regime, foreign employment laws come as a rude awakening.
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All strikes since 2005 were illegal - NLC
According to her, Labor laws do not frown on strike and lockout, but should be regulated by law to minimize their destructive effect on the economy. She highlighted some procedures' set out in ACT 651 of the labour laws to justify her stance. "First, a ...
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The signing took place despite questions about whether the legislation affects employment law in Tennessee because the measure would allow workers to store ...
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Top Labor and Employment cases of the week. This week's highlights include arbitration, workers' compensation, hour and wage cases, and more.
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Tennessee's attorney general says a state employer could fire a worker who violates company policy by storing firearms and ammunition in vehicles parked on ...
Employment Law - Fox, Shjeflo, Hartley & Babu LLP
Employment law attorneys at Fox, Shjeflo, Hartley & Babu LLP represent employers and employees in litigation and other matters involving state and federal ...
When the NFL Fumbles: Parlaying Employment Law into Football ...
Parlaying employment law into football lingo, the penalties as follows: illegal formation (of a quesiton); neutral zone infraction, unsportmanlike conduct, taunting, ...

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