May 4, 2013

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Amendments to child labour law suggested
The Hindu
Realising the need for a robust child labour law and its effective implementation, a panel of stakeholders recommended that all the existing legislations for enforcement of effective law be converged into one and proper rehabilitation package for ...
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Bill's labour law changes 'positive for both parties'
Wanganui Chronicle
Unions have slated newly announced labour laws, but Whanganui's Chamber of Commerce president says the controversial changes are "positive for both parties". The Government has unveiled a suite of employment reforms under the Employment ...
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Keating Muething & Klekamp Welcomes Partner Kasey L. Bond to Its Labor ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Kasey Bond brings 15 years of experience in the areas of employment litigation, employment practices and procedures, labor and management relations, and labor law compliance. She has served as lead counsel in numerous trials in both state and federal ...
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China Non-Competes - China Law Blog
China Law Blog (blog)
Earlier this year, China's Supreme People's Court of China promulgated various interpretations of various employment law issues. These interpretations were intended to clarify and for the most part, they did. In particular, what was once unclear about ...
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Worried about firing the only minority employee?
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on May 3, 2013 6:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Firing,Human Resources. If your workplace isn't exactly the picture of diversity, the need to fire your only minority employee may worry you. Isn't ...
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An employment horror story ends in record jury award
Hr Morning
The tangle of employment laws is a pain for companies, no question about it. But every once in a while, a case comes along to remind us why those laws were passed in the first place. A Davenport, Iowa federal jury recently $240 million to 32 men with ...
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Hr Morning
International Employment Law Network LINEE was launched today by Outten ...
Danbury News Times
The Lawyers International Network for Executives and Employees (LINEE) is the world's first employment and labor law network dedicated exclusively to the needs and protection of executives and other employees who work in an international environment.
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That Unemployment Form Might Violate Your Civil Rights
In These Times
An initial determination by the Department of Labor's Civil Rights Center, announced last week, concluded that Florida's recently implemented web-based unemployment benefits system effectively deterred people from completing the claims process because ...
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In These Times
Control nixes independent contractor status
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law on May 3, 2013 4:00pm in Employment Law,Human Resources. The usual wage-and-hour rules don't apply to independent contractors because they aren't employees. But that doesn't mean you can forget about ...
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College Notes
Lake County News Sun
David Miller, Employment Law Partner, Rock Fusco & Connelly, LLC, will present Labor and Employment Law Update. Registration required by May 10. For more information, call (847) 543-7472 or email [email protected] University of ...
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Economic conditions require worker layoffs? Be honest about reason for ...
Business Management Daily
Economic conditions require worker layoffs? Be honest about reason for termination. by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on May 4, 2013 11:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Firing,Human Resources. No one wants to have to explain ...
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BUSINESS LAW: Religious discrimination found - The Times
nwitimes.com
As noted in the past, federal law prohibits employment discrimination based on religion. In order to defeat a religious discrimination claim, the employer must establish a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason for its decision. Consider these facts: ...
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ADA: Firing OK if health problem is minor
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on May 4, 2013 9:00am in Firing,Human Resources. Firing someone because you believe he has a disability violates the ADA under some circumstances, but not all. If the disabling condition is transitory and ...
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Legally working Indians allowed to regularise in Saudi: Officials
Firstpost
Over two million Indians are currently working in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi government was implementing the Nitaqat law to cut unemployment in the country. The Joint Group also discussed re-employment of those overstaying Indian workers in Saudi by ...
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Slow , unsteady hiring won ' t fix jobless problem
MarketWatch
The concentration of overall employment gains in low-productivity service-sector jobs — leisure and hospitality, retail trade, and health care — is not a promising sign for restoring the dynamics of the U.S. economy. Analysis from the National ...
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MarketWatch
EEO Roundup: The Continuing Development of Anti-Retaliation Law
Bloomberg BNA
Nassar, the justices are reviewing whether the retaliation provision of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act imposes a "but-for" standard of proof on plaintiffs, i.e., whether a plaintiff is required to prove that he was subjected to an adverse ...
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NLRB Deems Tour Guide's Facebook Posts Union Activity
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (May 03, 2013, 7:30 PM ET) -- The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday ruled that a New York City tour guide's emails and Facebook postings were protected by federal labor law as a continuation of his union organizing activities, ...
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Government acts to cut wages
Otago Daily Times
Proposed changes to employment law are just an excuse to drive down wages and give some employers a mandate to behave badly, Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union secretary Bill Newson tells business editor Dene Mackenzie during a visit to ...
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Otago Daily Times
College Graduates Fare Well in Jobs Market, Even Through Recession
New York Times (blog)
... much growth in employment among college graduates despite the fact that the bulk of the jobs created in the last few years have been low-wage and low-skilled, according to a report last August from the National Employment Law Project, a liberal ...
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New York Times (blog)
Kaplan Test Prep Goes to the Movies to Identify " The Most Authentic Legal ...
MarketWatch
Kramer,' to military justice in 'A Few Good Men,' to employment law in 'Philadelphia,' to criminal law in 'Chicago,' some of the most impactful and entertaining movies of our times were deeply seated in the law," said Jeff Thomas, director of pre-law ...
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Clearing the air on rights of domestic workers
gulfnews.com
The UAE Government and its elected representatives at the Federal National Council have formulated a draft law on domestic workers that will provide them with legalised rights and benefits. This law will dictate standardised employment conditions ...
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Indian workers to be regularised: Saudi Arabia
Hindustan Times
The Saudi government was implementing the Nitaqat law to cut unemployment in the country. The Joint Group also discussed re-employment of those overstaying Indian workers in Saudi by availing the facilities offered by the ministry of labour including ...
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The little girl who cried wolf
National Business Review
It sounds radical, but it is the basic labour law of the United States – the society, which, for all its faults, has delivered higher standards of living for its citizens than any other in the history of the world. Ms Kelly has cried wolf enough. Mr ...
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A temporary fix
Toronto Star
The temporary foreign workers (TFW) program still violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. TFWs have to be paid equal wages — a good start. Where does it fall short? TFWs don't get basic labour law protections (firing, overtime), benefits, heath ...
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Toronto Star
Government of Canada announces appointment of Social Security Tribunal Vice ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Ms. Ballagh formerly practiced civil litigation, specializing in personal injury and employment law. From 1995 to 2007, she was the president and manager of the Barrie Hearing Centre. The many law-related associations she is involved in include the Law ...
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Legally working Indians in Saudi Arabia to be regularised - Zee News
Zee News
The details are currently being worked out. Legally working Indians in Saudi Arabia to be regularised. India last week conveyed its concerns to Saudi Arabia over possible job loss to a large number of Indians in the Kingdom due to its new labour law ...
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Opponents worry Colorado bill could cripple small business
Colorado Springs Gazette
For now, employees at smaller companies can sue for back pay, interest, hiring, front pay, reinstatement and other qualified relief, said Ron Fano, a partner with Denver-based law firm Spencer, Fane, and Grimshaw. If the bill becomes law, employees ...
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Fewer Americans are unemployed long-term
CNN
The jobless are finding more positions to apply to, but they are still having trouble landing them, said Mitchell Hirsch, who manages the unemployedworkers.org website for the National Employment Law Project. Many employers aren't keen on hiring people ...
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'Ban-the-box bill' advances in the Minnesota Senate
Minneapolis Star Tribune
related content. About the authorsJoseph Schmitt and Veena Iyer are attorneys at the Nilan Johnson Lewis law firm in Minneapolis who focus on management-side labor and employment law. The firm's website: http://nilanjohnson.com. Veena Iyer ...
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
Binding contracts - Gulf times
Gulf Times
A: In accordance with the Labour Law, the employer has the right to terminate the employment contract under Article 61 in case of the absence from work more than seven days continuous or 15 days intermittent in a year. The employer may file absconder ...
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Gulf Times
Domestic workers' benefits from new law
gulfnews.com
... an end of service gratuity amounting to one month's salary for each year of service. • The employee shall forfeit entitlement to severance pay if he or she is absent from work for more than 30 consecutive days. - From Gulf News archives. Print ...
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Attorney from Ozark admits failing to pay taxes
KY3
Stoffregen was the sole owner of The Disability and Elder Law Center (formerly the Law Offices of MC Stoffregen) in Springfield. Stoffregen admitted he deducted and withheld taxes from his employees' paychecks (including federal income taxes and Social ...
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Tradewinds — Companies on the go, people on the move
Salt Lake Tribune
Also, John Mertens has joined as an associate. Scott Hoyt focuses on insurance coverage litigation, Adam Hoyt on insurance coverage litigation, and Snow on intellectual property and employment law. Mertens will focus on business and complex litigation.
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Cool Spaces: Bullard Law gets creative without sacrificing private offices
Portland Business Journal (blog)
Coni Crone was kind enough to share the Bullard Law Cool Space story. The firm has 46 employees and leases the top floor of the 200 S.W. Market St., building, aka the "Black Box," owned by John Russell. The labor and employment firm moved in May 2011 ...
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Web9 new results for Employment Law
 
Free Courses on Employment Law for Employers - Maine.gov
Free Courses on Employment Law for Employers. May 1, 2013. Labor. Classes will be held around the state to help employers get ready for summer hiring ...
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Employment Law - Martin & Gitner PLLC
The law office of Martin & Gitner PLLC helps defend corporate America against racial discrimination suits, as well as assisting with any other employment law ...
www.martingitnerlaw.com/aop/washington.../employment-law...
Laws need to address workplace bullying | Atlanta Employment Law ...
Bullying can affect people of all ages and bullying in the workplace has increased across the U.S. New research shows th.
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Arkansas joins list of states with social media privacy laws ...
Arkansas has joined the list of a growing number of states enacting social media privacy laws. Under House Bill 1901, enacted April 22, an employer is.
www.employmentlawdaily.com/.../arkansas-joins-list-of-states-...
Essential Employment Law Practice Tips and Networking for Eastern ...
"Essential Employment Law Practice Tips and Networking for Eastern Washington Lawyers". Co-Sponsored by the WSBA Labor and Employment Law Section* ...
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Labor & Employment Law Section: Issues Arising from the ...
Participants will be encouraged to anticipate the employment-law issues that follow from an employer's choices about managing health coverage and expenses.
www.fedbar.org/.../Labor-Employment-Law-Section-Issues-fr...
Labor Law Videos - Law Office of Jacob I. Kiani
We can create a comprehensive Employee Handbook customized for your business, provide advice on complying with the California wage and hour laws, and ...
www.kianilaw.com/labor-law-videos
Los Angeles Employment Law Lawyer | California Sexual Harassment
For a free consultation about an employment law case, call attorney Peter K. Levine 323-934-1234. Free consultation.
www.peterlawfirm.com/employment-law/
General Employment Legal News | Swartz Swidler
Swartz Swidler, LLC, an employment-based law firm located in Cherry Hill, NJ and serving the south Jersey and Philadelphia area, is pleased to announce its ...
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