Jun 14, 2013

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Friday Teasers: Employment Law - HR Connect Quiz 2013 ROUND FIVE
All of Xclusive's employees have a clause in their contract which states: "Your normal place of work is at the Company's offices in West Croydon or such other location as the Company may reasonably require for the proper performance of your duties.".
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Obamacare Glitch Could Make Coverage Unaffordable For Low-Wage Workers
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON -- It's called the Affordable Care Act, but President Barack Obama's health care law may turn out to be unaffordable for many low-wage workers, including employees at big chain restaurants, retail stores and hotels. That might seem strange ...
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RI, capital settle with feds over disabled rights
San Francisco Chronicle
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The federal government has reached a settlement with Rhode Island and the city of Providence for violating the rights of the disabled by segregating them at a vocational school and an employment program where they were ...
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Kuwait keen on protecting rights of foreign workers, says minister
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
GENEVA, June 13, (KUNA): Kuwaiti Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Thikra Ayed Al-Rashidi highlighted here on Thursday importance of clarifying the Kuwaiti measures and steps for protecting rights of foreign workers. She added in remarks to KUNA on ...
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TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senators Linda R. Greenstein and Jim Beach that would support military families by allowing qualified military spouses to teach in New Jersey schools while completing additional requirements for teacher certification ...
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Wolfe Proposes Local Law to Prohibit Rehiring of County Employees Who ...
Rockland County Times
Vice Chairman of the Rockland County Legislature Alden H. Wolfe has proposed a local law that would prevent the rehiring of former county government employees who retired or separated from county government and are receiving compensation for unused ...
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Law firm versions of big box stores; IRS summer hours; Airbnb for the bar exam?
ABA Journal
He doesn't name any "category killer" firms in his post, but writes that "employment law is probably the poster child example" of a practice area that category killer firms are being built around. And suggests that clients approach these firms like a ...
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More unpaid interns file lawsuits against employers for pay
Los Angeles Times
Days after a New York judge ruled that Fox Searchlight Pictures violated labor laws after using unpaid interns to do menial tasks on the movie "Black Swan," two interns have filed a lawsuit against publisher Conde Nast in the same court for violations ...
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BVA to offer free legal advice to employers
Following a trial period, a comprehensive employment law service for employer members is now being added to the membership package alongside BVA's other legal support offerings, complementing the expanded range of services available to employees.
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Five Costly Mistakes to Avoid With Obamacare
Corporate Counsel
The "a" penalty applies when the employer fails to offer an appropriate health plan to substantially all of its common-law FT employees and their dependents. The term "substantially all" is generally defined as 95 percent of FT employees. The "a ...
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EHRC intervenes in Jessemey post employment victimisation appeal
The HR Director Magazine
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is providing legal representation to Jessemey in his appeal to the Court of Appeal against the finding of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in his claim against Rowstock and another, that it had no ...
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Law graduates face tough exam, few jobs
The report, released by MyCOS Data, a Beijing-based consulting firm specialized in China's higher education, revealed that the employment rate of law school graduates was 87.2 percent within half a year of graduation in 2012, 3.7 percentage points ...
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Athens in ERT breach of EU law? [EXCLUSIVE]
New Europe
The surprise closure of Greece's public broadcaster may be in breach of European Union labor laws according to European Commission sources and labour law experts. New Europe has been told by Commission sources that they believe Prime Minister ...
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Senate panel debates bill to limit employers' ability to ask applicants about ...
The issue is important because according to the National Employment Law Project, one in four adults has a criminal conviction, though most are nonviolent and don't result in prison time. Stefanie Riehl, assistant vice president at the New Jersey ...
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NLRB: Star Tickets may have broken the law by firing Grand Rapids office worker
Good said Star Tickets may have also made improper changes in the company terms and conditions of employment following the Grand Rapids office's vote to organize a bargaining unit with the Industrial Workers of the World union on March 6. "They shifted ...
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Unions and Labour outraged over new bill
New Zealand Herald
Since 2000, the law has prevented employers hiring temporary staff during strike action and the new bill would allow it. The Employment Relations (Continuity of Labour) Amendment Bill in the name of National's Botany MP, Jami-Lee Ross, was draw from ...
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Major Companies Accused of Racial Discrimination
The Takeaway
Michael Meltsner is a professor of law at Northeastern Law School who helped develop New York's employment law regarding criminal background checks. New York's law is considered the highest standard for protecting job applicants with a criminal record.
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'Sack an employee and you can keep them quiet with a £30000 tax-free pay off'
Things may be getting even more complicated for employers now that 'protected conversations' and 'settlement agreements' have become part of the employment law wallpaper and 'compromise agreements' are a thing of the past. Tangled up in the evolving ...
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Prepare now for the data breach that will inevitably hit you
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on June 14, 2013 8:00am in HR Management,Human Resources. by Jeffrey L. Vagle, Esq. Most companies maintain large amounts of data about their employees, some of which may be considered ...
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World Day against Child Labour
The Express Tribune
Pakistan has ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child of 1989, the International Labour Organisation's (ILO) Minimum Age Convention (C138) of 1973 and the ILO's Worst Forms of Convention (C182), but ironically there are no up-to-date ...
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In the Job Market, It Ain't Easy Being Teen
Lawyers.com Blog (blog)
Facing odds like those, it's especially important for teenage job seekers to understand their employment rights and restrictions. Let's stick with the bad news for now. If you're under 20, employers can pay you something called the "youth minimum wage.
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School tuckshop cops $24000 fine in Fair Work Ombudsman case
"I have to say that I haven't dealt with employers that deliberately seek to underpay their employees, this particular case is unusual in the sense that it's happened with the same employer twice and I would've thought, frankly, that not acceptable" he ...
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Unpaid Conde Nast Interns Hit Co. With Wage Class Action
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 13, 2013, 8:47 PM ET) -- The parent company of Conde Nast Publications was hit with a proposed class action by former interns for W magazine and The New Yorker who claimed the company violated federal and state ...
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Workplace Accommodation Of Employees Caring For Elderly Parents
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The Ontario Human Rights Code recognizes and protects employees against discrimination on the basis of "family status". Traditionally, employees have requested accommodation on the basis of family status relating to obligations associated with child ...
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Evidence insufficient to fire state employee accused of accessing porn, court says
West Virginia Record
"The first assignment of error raised by the DOH alleges that the circuit court, in affirming the Administrative Law Judge, incorrectly required the DOH to present direct evidence to prove that Litten was the offending employee, thereby holding the DOH ...
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Business Bulletin Board
Clayton-based law firm The Lowenbaum Partnership LLC formed an affiliate relationship with FordHarrison LLP, a national labor and employment law firm. HELPING OUT. AT&T Missouri donated $25,000 to the American Red Cross Greater St. Louis Region ...
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House Republicans Take Aim At ' Micro - Unions , ' Card Check
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 13, 2013, 6:35 PM ET) -- House Republicans introduced two bills Thursday that would amend the National Labor Relations Act, measures they said would protect workers' rights to secret-ballot union elections and counter a 2011 ...
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Plan to beef up migrant worker protection
Manawatu Standard
"I think employment law at the moment does not reflect the special nature of that sort of offence. I'm looking at whether or not further sanctions from an immigration perspective could be imposed on those found guilty of breaches of employment law ...
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Huntingdon Valley Lawyer Named to 2013 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List
About Willig, Williams & Davidson – Willig, Williams & Davidson (www.wwdlaw.com) is one of the largest and most respected union-side labor law firms in the United States. The firm has offices in Philadelphia, Media, Jenkintown and Harrisburg, Pa., as ...
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Sen. Patty Murray's amendment to ensure equity in sports opportunities for girls
Mercer Island Reporter
Healthy Teen Network, Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center, National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health, National Center for Lesbian Rights, National Council of Women's Organizations, National Organization for Women Foundation, ...
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UA employee sues for harassment
Akron Beacon Journal
Vanessa Ozarchuk maintains that Randy Rivers, then commander of the UA Law Enforcement Center and a candidate for Summit County sheriff, made inappropriate sexual comments, leered and stared at her and looked down a cadet applicant's shirt.
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Employers group wary of strike-breaking Bill
Auckland stuff.co.nz
We need to look carefully at the implications of industrial action on essential industries such as the ports and hospitals, as well as on small businesses.'' Campbell added that employers did not want employment law to change every time there was a ...
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Field Fisher Waterhouse | Employment Law Training Programme
Linex Legal (registration) (press release)
Over the last few years, the Government has published numerous calls for evidence, consultations and responses, promising "the most radical reform to the employment law system for decades". This year will see many of these changes come into force, ...
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2013 Top 20 in Traditional Labor & Employment Law - Lawdragon
By Lawdragon News
Lawdragon's Guide to World Class Employment Lawyers also features the 20 top practitioners in the area of Traditional Labor & Employment Law,
Lactation Discrimination Against Nursing Mother Violates Title VII ...
By Franczek Radelet P.C.
Last year the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published its strategic enforcement plan in which the agency identified its priorities for the years 2013 to 2016. ... Houston Funding II Ltd., where the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that firing a woman because she is lactating or expressing milk constitutes unlawful gender discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978). The Pregnancy ...
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Employment Law Advice Solicitors | "Sacked for being a woman ...
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A City executive has taken her former employer to the Employment after she claims she was sacked for "being a woman". Ms Annelie Westerlind, 32, a Swede, has taken CMC Markets to the Employment Tribunal, accusing it of sex ...
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Steptoe & Johnson LLP: UK Employment Law Update, June 2013
Welcome to the latest issue of the Steptoe Employment Law Update. The Employment Law Updates are aimed at providing snapshot information on recent  ...
St. Louis Employment Law Attorney: Court Holds that Discriminating ...
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from discriminating against employees for certain characteristics.Find out more information.
Employment Law: Workforce Management in 2013 | Wabash Valley ...
The Wabash Valley Human Resources Association (WVHRA) will be hosting Employment Law: Workforce Management in 2013 Friday September 20, from ...
IPA: ENDA: Why Is Employment Discrimination Against Gays Legal?
Owens is the executive director of the National Employment Law Project. She said today: "There is currently no federal law that explicitly bans employment ...
2013 June : NJ Labor And Employment Law
The NJ Labor and Employment Law blog is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide legal advice and shall not be construed as ...
Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute 2013
The second annual Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute from State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® has the comprehensive information you need to stay ...
San Diego Employees' Rights Attorney - San Diego, CA - Labor ...
San Diego Employees' Rights Attorney, San Diego, CA. 294 likes · 137 talking about this.
Jeff Ranen to Speak for Employment Law Webinar - Lewis Brisbois ...
Established in 1979, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP is a national, full- service law firm with over 850 attorneys and 26 offices, in 13 states from coast to  ...
Nexsen Pruet: Employment Law Webinar: Employee vs ...
Employment Law Webinar: Employee vs. Independent Contractors David Dubberly and Mike Brittingham of the Nexsen Pruet Employment and Labor Law  ...

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