Jul 11, 2013

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UAE Labour Law Section 16 - Payment of Gratuity
According to the UAE law, employees who are working with their employer prior to the date on which the law came into force will not be entitled for gratuity for the period preceding the law. Without prejudice to any entitlement or payment they were ...
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Will the DSM-5 Lead to Crazy Employment Law?
Corporate Counsel
Although the manual is primarily used by psychiatrists and other mental health professionals in diagnosing patients, its influence extends to the courts and the development of employment law as well. DSM-5 will surely affect employment law profoundly ...
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UAE Labour Law
UAE Labour Law: Section 1: Introduction. LABOUR LAW IN THE U.A.E.. Article continues below. Company / Commercial Laws. LABOUR LAW - INTRODUCTION. Federal Law No. 8 of 1980 regulating labour relations as amended by Federal Laws Nos.
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Ruling upheld on Garfield police chief's violation of state labor law
GARFIELD – A hearing examiner's ruling that Garfield Police Chief Kevin Amos violated state labor law when he asked a union official to leave a meeting and threatened the officer's employment has been upheld. Garfield Police Chief Kevin Amos.
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National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Partners With Justice Department's ...
The National Law Review
This week the Justice Department announced a partnership between its Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). A memorandum of understanding allows the two ...
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Department of Labor (DOL) Indicates Final Rule Expanding Reporting ...
The National Law Review
The Obama Administration released its spring Unified Agenda last week, which included an update on the Department of Labor's controversial amendments to the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) regulations. The proposed ...
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Three regressive labour laws passed in the last month
National Union of Public and General Employees
The addition of three more laws passed in the last month brings the total number of regressive labour laws passed in Canada since 1982 to 204. Ottawa (12 July 2013) – Since the end of June, there have been three labour laws passed in Canada that ...
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Employment dismissals: How to avoid a tribunal
Friend's email: *. Employment dismissals: How to avoid a tribunal Tribunals can be costly and stressful for all involved. Employment law specialist Michael Salter of myBarrister discusses the considerations a business needs to make when dismissing staff.
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DC school system isn't conducting random drug tests required by law
Washington Post
Nine years after a District law mandated that public employees who work with children or hold safety-sensitive positions submit to random drug testing, the D.C. public school system has yet to heed it. The D.C. Office of the Inspector General condemned ...
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Hatch surprises Washington on gay rights vote
Hatch was one of three Republican votes in favor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. If it becomes law, ENDA would tell companies with more than 15 employees they ...
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A $1.50 a month pension? County examines law's quirks
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
The pension must be offered because Chipego is 63, and state pension law says employees are eligible for pension once they reach age 60, regardless of how long they've worked for the county, said county retirement coordinator Rick Hummer. County ...
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Newly Launched Virtual Law Office Dearden Law Helps California Startups ...
PR Web (press release)
Dearden Law's affordable services allow these companies to hire a trained and experienced California employment law attorney for consultations, advice and to create and/or review essential employment-law related policies and documents. San Diego, CA ...
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Get ahead of legislation: 8 steps to building a strong anti-bullying policy
Business Management Daily
The HWB, drafted by Suffolk University Professor of Law David Yamada, is a model statute that provides legal redress for employees who are subjected to an abusive work environment. It would allow them to sue both their employer and the alleged bully ...
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Employment Non-Discrimination Act Passes Senate
Huffington Post
Nicon July 10, 2013 16:07 [Kringle], Colorado and Washington made no changed to employment law, no company or business is asked or likely to change their drug use policy. so no changes on that front. however, lots of new cannabis industry jobs that don ...
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Law prof files discrmination charge, alleges 'stark inequality' in pay for men ...
ABA Journal
... law school were discriminated against with respect to compensation because of their gender and were paid less than men performing substantially equal work under similar conditions in the same establishment," says her filing with the Equal ...
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Plaintiffs Bar Palooza
Wall Street Journal
"The Civil Rights Act itself contemplates a key role for private attorneys working in concert with government agencies like the [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission], the Justice Department and the OFCCP," Ms. Shiu told the crowd, referring to her ...
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Labour hire gets new status
Many employees in the labour- hire system have been deprived of basic rights enjoyed by other employees and were among the lowest paid, most marginalised workers in Namibia, according to Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Alpheus Muheua ...
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Unpaid interns tout experience over paycheck, but companies must walk careful ...
The Republic
Indianapolis attorney Nathan Baker, who specializes in employment law, said he advises both for-profit and not-for-profit companies to pay their interns at least minimum wage unless the company can assure the internship program meets the six-step test.
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Employment contracts: Florida teacher fights board's decision on contract status
During the 2010–2011 school year, state law recognized three types of written contracts under which school boards could employ instructional staff members. An annual contract expires at the end of each school year and provides no right to reemployment; ...
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Wash. Times Rehashes Myths About Living Wage To Attack DC Proposal
Media Matters for America
In August 2007, the Bureau of Business & Economic Research at the University of New Mexico analyzed the impacts of a Santa Fe living wage law and found that there was little impact on employment following a mandatory increase: In terms of the ...
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WORKPLACE: Most owed wages in California go uncollected
The study by the UCLA Labor Center and the National Employment Law Project found that in California, 83 percent of workers who bring charges against an employer for unpaid wages and who have those charges legally upheld do not collect the money ...
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Akerman Lures 2 Employment Pros From Jackson Lewis
Law360 (subscription)
... years, and Samantha Abeysekera, an eight-year Jackson Lewis partner, said in a joint statement to Law360 that they made the move to Akerman to be part of the firm's "growth trajectory ... which includes a strong commitment to labor and employment ...
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Whitehead Monckton Add A New Addition To The Employment Law Team
EIN News (press release)
Whitehead Monckton is one of the leading law firms in Kent specialising in Employment Law, wills and probate, property and estate planning, providing top solicitors in Canterbury, Maidstone and Tenterden. ---. Press release service and press release ...
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Ignorance of the law is no excuse
Irish Medical Times
On October 3, 2012, Dr Hartney referred a complaint to the Rights Commissioner Service of the Labour Relations Commission under the Protection of Employees (Fixed-Term Work) Act 2003 (the Act). The substance of her claim was that the University had ...
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State Sector Overhaul Passes Into Law – Urgency Signalled
The largest reform of state sector legislation has passed into law with the support of Labour. The third reading of the State Sector and Public Finance Reform Bill passed under Extended Hours provisions on Thursday morning. The bill was divided into ...
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Employment Non-Discrimination Act advances to full Senate
Wisconsin Gazette
State law on employment protections is inconsistent, with some states banning bias based on gender identity and sexual orientation, some states banning bias based on sexual orientation – such as Wisconsin, and some states with no protections for LGBT ...
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High Court Term Gives Employers A Leg Up In Litigation
Law360 (subscription)
Ruling both in cases that directly addressed employment law and in ones that stemmed from other legal areas but involved questions on class certification or arbitration agreements that could play in to employment litigation, the high court issued... To ...
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Hatch backs anti-discrimination bill for gay employees
Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints endorsed a similar law passed by the Salt Lake City Council in 2009. And the faith's lawyers have negotiated with gay-rights leaders on a potential statewide ban on housing and employment ...
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Willig, Williams & Davidson's Deborah Willig Gets Lifetime Award from The ...
PR Urgent (press release)
In 1992, Willig became the Philadelphia Bar Association's first-ever woman chancellor. She has also served on and chaired many of the association's committees including Women's Rights, Labor Law, Bench-Bar Conference and the Nominating Committees.
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Senate panel approves measure banning job discrimination based on sexual ...
Greenfield Daily Reporter
Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander, the committee's top Republican, deferred to Kirk, who described how he has supported the Employment Nondiscrimination Act for years. "I think it's becoming increasingly embarrassing to speak against gay rights," said ...
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Employment Non-Discrimination Act Passes Senate Committee
Huffington Post
Currently, federal law bans employment discrimination based on race, religion, sex, national origin, age and disability, but not on sexual orientation or gender identity. This means that, in the 33 states that don't explicitly have such a ban right now ...
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Putting a living wage on the menu
Real Change News
Tsedeye Gebreselassie, an attorney working for the National Employment Law Project, which advocates for minimum-wage workers, said the city should do more to help. Washington and 17 other states have set minimum wages higher than the federal ...
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LEADER: On tightening up employment procedures
Malta Independent Online
To conclude, attaining better competitiveness is not arrived at by means of this enforcement of laws regarding employment only but rather by upgrading the level of work and employment done, the productivity of our enterprises, the sourcing of new ...
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Obama Administration Delays Enforcement Of The ACA Employer Shared ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
According to a recent Law360 article (which quoted Alden Bianchi of Mintz Levin's Employment, Labor and Benefits Practice), the move has ignited a political firestorm, as foes of the law have seized on the delay as evidence that the law is fatally ...
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Senate Panel Passes LGBT Nondiscrimination Bill
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Senate labor committee approved a bill Wednesday that would ban employers from discriminating against workers based on sexual orientation or gender identity, the latest victory for advocates of gay rights. The Employment Non-Discrimination Act ...
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Blogs3 new results for Employment Law
The most warped employment tribunal arguments ... - Legal Cheek
By WaitroseLaw
A recent tribunal which saw a teacher compare Jews to Star Trek's Vulcans — and attempt to pass off his associated anti-Semitic conspiracy theory as a "philosophical belief" — reminds WaitroseLaw of some other memorable employment law ...
Legal Cheek
Employment Law of Business - StudentOfFortune.com
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Pre-Employment Testing Can Get You Sued - Free Enterprise
By Brett Snider, Esq.
Like many business owners, you may be considering implementing some sort of pre-employment test to sift out the best potential candidates from the throngs of applicants. While these tests may be effective in saving time by cutting down on ...
Free Enterprise

Web7 new results for Employment Law
Mexico: It's the Law! Mexico Employers Must Implement Training ...
On November 30, 2012, Mexico significantly amended its Federal Labor Law ( FLL), which had not been substantially modified since 1970. A product of the ...
Collecting California Labor Law Settlements Remains a Challenge ...
Sacramento, CA: The thrust and intent of California labor law remains an honest day's wage for an honest day's work, a philosophy supported and vigorously ...
7 Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference Schedule At-A ...
7 th. Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference. Schedule At-A-Glance. Wednesday, November 6. 2:00 – 8:00 pm. Conference Registration. 3:00 – 4:00 ...
US Senate committee approves LGBT employment law - Jurist
JURIST - Paper Chase: US Senate committee approves LGBT employment law.
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