May 5, 2013

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Schafer: Off-hours activities can burn employees
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Some states, and Minnesota is one, also have a specific statute that makes it illegal to discriminate based on an employee's political activity. In 20 years of employment law practice, however, Dan Oberdorfer of the Minneapolis firm of Leonard, Street ...
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
Law: Before arming employees, protect yourself
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
For example, employees with special responsibilities arguably require a more rigorous background check — those with access to children, aged and developmentally disabled persons, who operate motor vehicles or heavy equipment, who use weapons, who ...
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The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
BAIRA expresses concern over proposed migration law
Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (Baira) has expressed concern over the draft Overseas Employment and Migrant Workers Act, 2013. The cabinet in its regular weekly meeting on April 15 approved the draft in principle, keeping a ...
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Whose right to work?
Toledo Blade
Ohioans voted decisively in 2011 to repeal a state law enacted that year that would have gutted the collective-bargaining rights of public employees. Last week, Republican lawmakers who evidently disdain that history proposed legislation that would ...
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A legal oddity in the Employment Relations Amendment Bill
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The Employment Relations Amendment Bill, introduced last week, contains a legal oddity that sits outside the normal constructs of commercial law and which we hope the lawmakers will reconsider before the Bill is passed. This is the 'implied warranty ...
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Worker has ADA-covered disability? Disclose only to those who need to know
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on May 5, 2013 12:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Employees asking for ADA disability accommodations often end up providing very private details about their health. Carefully ...
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Tommy Eden: Colorado court supports firing of medical marijuana user
Opelika Auburn News
Tommy Eden is a Lee County native, an attorney with Constangy, Brooks & Smith LLP, and a member of the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law and the East Alabama SHRM Board of Directors. He can be contacted at ...
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Lawyers: Protect Yourself With Professional Liability Insurance
Small Business Trends
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 25,000 legal services jobs have been lost since August of 2008. A displacement of this magnitude has created an employment ripple throughout the legal industry, felt from the largest international ...
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Small Business Trends
When discipline differs, be sure to document why
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on May 4, 2013 6:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Firing,Human Resources. Here's a timely reminder that you should carefully document disciplinary actions and make sure there is no unintentional ...
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Gay protections still a work in progress
Monterey County Herald
Yet gays and lesbians still lack protection under federal law against being fired or refused employment because of their sexual orientation. That would change with enactment of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which was reintroduced in Congress ...
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Benefits raised; jobs offered
BusinessWorld Online Edition
TWO EXECUTIVE orders have been issued granting additional benefits to government employees, while a law has been inked providing work opportunities for persons with disabilities (PWDs) in a bid to enhance job-related programs a week after Labor Day.
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Labor disputes on the increase
Arab News
Article 97 of the labor law stipulates that an employer must continue paying 50 percent of the worker’s salary if he is detained due to a problem that occurred or is related to the job he was performing. The employer is obliged to pay half the ...
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Arab News
IoS letters, emails & online postings (5 May 2013)
The Independent
Cuts to civil legal aid rates, coming on top of previous cuts in payment rates and removal of legal aid for advice on welfare benefits, employment law, consumer rights, most family disputes and immigration cases, raise the possibility that there will ...
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Naismith: My relief over Green
The Scottish Sun
European employment law gave players the power to decide whether to join the Rangers newco after the old club folded. Yet Green was chasing the stars who quit, including the likes of Kyle Lafferty and Steven Whittaker, for money he felt was owed to Gers.
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Indian workers in Saudi Arabia to be regularised -
... jobs to new employers if they register voluntarily with the Ministry. The details are currently being worked out. 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 ...
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Pregnancy discrimination a real threat for some workers
Concord Monitor
But according to Lauren Irwin, an attorney representing Tremblay who specializes in employment law and who chairs the New Hampshire Bar Association's Gender Equality Committee, it doesn't mean the issue is disappearing. In fact, nationally, the number ...
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Blogs2 new results for Employment Law
Is It Legal for Your Boss to Read Your Email? - Law and Daily Life
By Aditi Mukherji
If there's no rhyme or reason to it, reading employee email messages may violate federal wiretapping laws, which allow employers to monitor employee e-mail, either: With their consent, or; In the ordinary course of business, if the employer ...
Law and Daily Life
Dueling employee associations don't prove discrimination ...
By The HR Specialist: New York Employment Law
Dueling employee associations don't prove discrimination. by The HR Specialist: New York Employment Law on May 4, 2013 2:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has sensibly ruled ...
Business Management Daily

Web5 new results for Employment Law
Greenville lawyer Fred Suggs to receive Employment Law Award
This award is presented to an attorney nominated and selected by his or her professional peers for commendable service to employment and labor law practice ...
Legal Solutions Blog | Blog | Westlaw Topical Highlights: Labor and ...
Westlaw Topical Highlights for Labor and Employment provides summaries of significant federal and state judicial decisions and legislative and administrative ...
Anybody know any about employment law in CA? Desperate ...
When I say scream, it means so loudly that it hurt my ears, so loudly that you could hear it from in front of a cinder block building. The owner scre...
Kansas Employment Law Blog
Kansas employers are often frustrated about the seeming ease with which employees qualify for unemployment benefits, even when they are fired for bad ...
Bills Regarding Employment Law, the Colorado Governmental ...
The bills signed Friday include bills relating to employment law, damages under the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act, education law, and more. The bills ...

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