May 6, 2013

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Institute of Directors calls for employment law reform
The IoD, which counts 35,000 directors of companies as its members, thinks a bill needs to be put forward in tomorow's Queen's Speech to bring "compensated no fault dismissal" into law. This measure was first proposed by Adrian Beecroft in 2011 in a ...
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California State Labor Comish Fights On against Labor Law Violations
Sacramento, CA: There is little doubt that when it comes to California labor law the State's Labor Commissioner doesn't pull any punches. "In 2012, my Public Works team assessed $25 million in wages and civil penalties, the highest amount in a decade," ...
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International Labour Organisation to propose labour law reform package
Premium Times
The International Labour Organisation, ILO, is set to propose labour law reforms to its special session and governing board for better "workers protection, and right to collective bargaining" at the session in June. This comes under the heels of last ...
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Labor Dept. tosses Florida scheme to curb jobless benefits
People's World
floridaworkers520x300. MIAMI (PAI) - A Florida civil rights group's legal complaint has led the U.S. Labor Department to toss yet another GOP scheme to deny workers jobless benefits, by imposing a qualification test so tough that many workers can't ...
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Re-employment after law enforcement retirement
Federal Times
Q. I am looking to retire from an 1811 federal law enforcement job at age 50 under FERS. Can I apply for another federal job upon retirement? If so, what are the restrictions regarding retirement, Thrift Savings Plan, vacation and sick leave? A. In ...
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Worker has Weingarten right before taking drug test: judge
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
(Reuters) - A grocery store in Irvine, California, violated federal labor law when it fired a produce manager who refused to take a drug test without first speaking to a union representative, an administrative law judge has found. In a decision ...
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Percentage of union workers continues its long slide
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on May 5, 2013 5:00pm in HR Management,Human Resources. Unions represent an ever-shrinking slice of U.S. employees, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Only 11.3% of workers were ...
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Child labour: Need to bring in change - Deccan Herald
Deccan Herald
It is gratifying that, though a quarter century late, the Cabinet has accepted to bring the CLPRA in line with at least the minimum provisions of international law as prescribed by ILO - of 14 years as the minimum age for general employment and 18 ...
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Occupational safety to be under scope
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey's new law on occupational health and safety has been criticized by many for putting big burdens on all employers, especially small ones, while studies show that 98 percent of occupational accidents and diseases are preventable. Over 2 million ...
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Hurriyet Daily News
Michael Collins: Republicans seek to prevent labor board action
Knoxville News Sentinel
For example, Alexander said, Tennessee's right-to-work law has been vital to the state's ability to attract the auto industry. But in a 2011 complaint against Boeing, the labor board tried to undermine the right-to-work law in South Carolina, where the ...
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Crackdown on illegals to resume soon
Arab News
The program will also be connected to the social insurance system, security bodies and control bodies to ensure the preservation of employees' rights. | ���É PDF · Send to Friend · Print News | A A. Arab News is not responsible for the view points ...
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On Wall Street, Recovering Money From Rogue Employees
New York Times (blog)
It seems it should be a fairly intuitive policy: employees who violate the law should not be entitled to keep big bonuses earned based on illegal behavior. Until recent years, recovering that money wasn't a given on Wall Street. Firms are starting to ...
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New York Times (blog)
Meet to discuss exemption of SMEs from labour laws
Indian Express
The upcoming Indian Labour Conference on May 17, 18 will discuss a proposal by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises to exempt small and micro enterprises from the ambit of labour laws. The meet is organised by the Labour Ministry and is ...
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Overtime for more than 8 hours' work
Khaleej Times
The maximum working hours for employees in the UAE has been fixed at eight hours per day or 48 hours per week under the Federal Law No. 8 of 1980 on Labour Relations. However, for certain vocations and areas of work, including those of security guards ...
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The Planner
One Day, Many Solutions Employment Law Seminar, 8 a.m., Westin Fort Lauderdale, 400 Corporate Drive, Fort Lauderdale. The labor and employment attorneys from Fisher & Phillips Fort Lauderdale office present this employment law seminar, which is ...
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Sequester delay forces misery on jobless
Yahoo!7 News
"It's very hard to understand why some states can get it done and some states can't get it done," said Maurice Emsellem of the National Employment Law Project, an advocacy organisation. "You can't make excuses for that." "The people who are already the ...
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Troy Weston: 'Guns in parking lots' bill may have loophole
Knoxville News Sentinel
The weight of Tennessee employment law would suggest that such a policy is permissible. Tennessee adheres to a strong employment at-will doctrine, which recognizes that employment can be terminated, with some restrictions, for any reason. However, this ...
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Caterpillar's tough labor negotiation reaches Milwaukee
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Local 851 of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers demanded cost-of-living pay increases and lower health care premiums for nearly 800 Caterpillar employees in Joliet, and asked the company to honor seniority rights.
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Senate rejects House-amended civil service bill
Saipan Tribune
By a vote of 8-0, the Senate rejected Friday the House's amendment to a civil service bill addressing Public Law 17-80's unintended consequence on the government employment of some 66 individuals, mostly deemed with "special and unique" skills and ...
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Hutco to pay nearly $2 million in overtime back wages
KATC Lafayette News
"Employers cannot avoid their legal responsibility to pay overtime by using evasive practices that seek to undermine labor laws and deny workers their rightful wages," said acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris. "As a result of our investigation ...
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Boston to boost scrutiny of school workers' records
Boston Public Schools, in a push to beef up background checks on employees, will meet the requirements of a new state law mandating that all staff be fingerprinted, and will go a step further by scouring court documents to see if a string of ...
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A 1995 graduate of South Texas College of Law, Temple was formerly a partner at Jones Day in Houston. He provides general employment litigation and counsel to employers with an emphasis on non-compete litigation, protection of trade secrets, and wage ...
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Olsson promoted at J. Kings Food Service
Long Island Business News
Ruskin Moscou Faltischek named Kimberly Malerba chair of the employment law practice group. Malerba, who joined the Uniondale law firm in 2003, will continue to serve as of counsel and as chair of the firm's digital media practice group. The Nassau ...
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Unemployment Benefit Cut Adds to Drag on US Spending: Economy
"The impact is going to be felt more severely in states that pay adequate benefits," said Maurice Emsellem, policy co- director at the New York-based National Employment Law Project, which advocates for issues including economic security for low- wage ...
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Posted by Parvez Jabri
Business Recorder
LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) candidate for NA-120, Dr Yasmeen Rashid has said that after coming into power the party would focus on education, health, law and order situation and employment opportunities for people. While talking to APP on ...
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Business Recorder
Rise in number of new UK laws prompts red-tape claims
Financial Times
A Department for Business spokesman said the important measure was the cost of new regulation, not the number of new laws. "As the report rightly notes, many of the reforms are lightening the load for business. We have cut the cost of regulation to ...
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Blogs2 new results for Employment Law
Cutting off good shifts can be retaliation - Business Management Daily
By The HR Specialist: North Carolina Employment Law
... case: Stacy worked as a server at a bar and restaurant. She told management that another employee. ... by The HR Specialist: North Carolina Employment Law on May 6, 2013 10:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources ...
Business Management Daily
Daily Kos: Overtime pay is a line in the sand for labor
By (Mark E Andersen)
The mountain just got taller. In 1938 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law one of the most important pieces of legislation concerning American labor, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). This act established the minimum wage, ...
Daily Kos

Web5 new results for Employment Law
NLRB Controversies and Other Hot Topics Covered at AGC's 29th ...
The AGC Labor and Employment Law Council held its 29th Annual Construction Labor Law Symposium on April 18 and 19 in Washington, D.C. Attorneys and ...
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Employment Law. Workforce training is essential for an organization's success. There are several laws requiring employee training. One law under which there ...
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Employment Law Attorneys & Legal Services | Messerli & Kramer P.A.
Messerli & Kramer's employment practice group helps businesses respond to a number of employment issues, partnering with each employer to find a reasoned ...
Kansas Employment Law Blog
Authors. Don Berner Image. Don Berner, the Labor Law, OSHA, & Immigration Law Guy. Boyd Byers Image · Boyd Byers, the General Employment Law Guy ...

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