Jun 2, 2013

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WorkZone: Firms in the dark over new law on workers' family medical history
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Two lawsuits brought against employers recently by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are drawing attention to a relatively new law that prohibits employers from discriminating against a job applicant or employee based on family medical ...
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Legal Briefing: Employers can consider hearsay when firing an employee
Billings Gazette
In a recent Montana Supreme Court case, Sullivan v. Continental Construction of Montana, LLC, 2013 MT 106, the Court considered what type of evidence an employer may consider when considering the termination of an employee. In that case, Continental ...
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Eden: Law regarding guns at work will impact Alabama employers
Opelika Auburn News
While the law does not necessarily allow employees to carry firearms at work, it does allow employees to store and have access to firearms kept in privately owned vehicles parked in employer-provided parking areas. Considering thousands of Alabama ...
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Who gets overtime pay in UAE and how much?
Emirates 24/7
According to Mena employment briefing by law firm Clyde & CO, "the nature of many jobs often requires an employee to work overtime. Whether or not an employee will be entitled to overtime (as well as the applicable rate) under Federal Law No 8 of 1980 ...
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Gillard's shift on IR law changes
The Australian
SECRET correspondence between Julia Gillard and the ACTU reveals she opposed the union movement's push for compulsory arbitration of workplace disputes, despite Labor now legislating to give unions broader access to arbitration. In a confidential 2010 ...
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'Pay workers by first week of month'
As per the section 123 of chapter 10 of the Labour law, 2006, the wages of every worker shall be paid before the expiry of the seventh day after the last day of the wage period in respect of which the wages are payable. If the employment of any worker ...
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Former Athens resident returns as professor
Online Athens
David C. Hagaman, a former employee of the national labor and employment law firm Ford & Harrison LLP, has returned to Athens as an adjunct professor or labor arbitration at the University of Georgia School of Law. Hagaman attended Athens High School, ...
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'Magic word' not needed for accommodation
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on June 2, 2013 10:00am in FMLA Guidelines,Human Resources. By now, you are probably familiar with the idea your FMLA obligations are triggered when employees provide enough information for you to ...
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When determining the rate of accrual, an employer may wish to take into account that under the UAE Labor Law, gratuity is reduced if the employee resigns in the first 5 years of employment on a staggered basis. However, under the DIFC Employment Law ...
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Small firms fret health care reform will raise insurance costs
Memphis Commercial Appeal
A study by the National Federation of Independent Business, which has long pushed back against the health-care law, suggests that the health-care tax could reduce private-sector employment by several hundred thousand jobs over the next decade, more ...
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Norman takes risk with attacks on Key
He cited: the SkyCity deal; Hobbit employment law changes; the sacking of Environment Canterbury councillors; dumping of proposed MMP changes; a ban on deep sea drilling protests at the behest of oil companies; and recent disabled carers' legislation.
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On the move
Sacramento Bee
Ellis Law Group, a Sacramento law firm, has hired Peter Vu and Ephraim Egan as associate attorneys. Vu will focus on litigation in matters of business, commercial and creditors' rights law and Egan will focus on business, commercial and employment law ...
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Fired sergeant improperly searched confidential state databases
Orlando Sentinel
15 records audit by the state Department of Law Enforcement found he had accessed a confidential database to run information on non-departmental employees, according to the Sheriff's Office. Ragazzo targeted Sheriff-elect James Manfre and those who ...
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Senator wants to fine businesses employing people not eligible to work on Guam
Pacific Daily News
The businesses found employing these alien workers face no consequences under Guam law. The Guam Department of Labor is authorized, by §1106.(k) of Chapter 1, Title 22, GCA, only to "investigate the condition of aliens relative to their employment ...
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Web8 new results for Employment Law
State Labor Law Enforcement Has Record-Breaking Results ...
A new report released by the state Labor Commissioner reveals that labor law enforcement over the past two years has broken previous enforcement records....
Employment Law Update on Vimeo
In this webinar, presenter Alexis C. Knapp, Attorney at Law, will present timely employment law ...
More Support Needed for LGBT Employees in Washington ...
Washington Employment Law Attorney blog - More Support Needed for LGBT Employees in Washington?.
NELI Programs - California Employment Law Briefing
NELI - National Employment Law Institute. home :: programs by location :: california employment law briefing. Sign up for the NELI Mailing List to receive notices ...
Employment Law | Shuttleworth Williams PLLC - , - Memphis
The Employment Law landscape is a complex and changing one. Legal issues can arise in all areas of employment, from wage and hour concerns, to clai ...
Expanding the NFL's Rooney Rule | Labor & Employment Law Forum
In the recent wave of employment, no minority head coaches were hired by a National Football League (NFL) team, instead, many of the positions were filled by ...
Overview | Employment Law | Moss & Barnett
Moss & Barnett's employment law team emphasizes the value of prevention. Our practical approach includes counseling and assisting clients with the ...
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