Jul 6, 2013

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Oregon Labor Rules Better Than Most, but Complaints Remain
Portland, OR: If you work in the restaurant industry in Oregon, chances are your employer has violated Oregon Employment code or federal labor statutes in some fashion. That's because a federal investigation last year found that the vast majority of ...
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Employment Aid for Disabled Lags in Italy
Courthouse News Service
The EU Council had bolstered its employment law to include the equal treatment of persons with disabilities in keeping with the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The law requires employers take appropriate measures to ...
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UN Hoping to Expand Fair-Labor Program to Bangladesh
Wall Street Journal
"As part of the government's commitment, the labor law is being amended to make it easier for workers to bargain collectively and to form unions." Mr. Mostan Hossain said he expected the amended labor law to be passed in the current session of ...
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On Fourth of July Governor Quinn Signs New Laws Helping Servicemembers ...
eNews Park Forest
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS--(ENEWSPF)--July 4, 2013. Governor Pat Quinn today celebrated the Fourth of July by signing a package of bills helping more members of the United States Armed Forces, Reserves and Illinois National Guard find employment as ...
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Change to UK Collective Redundancy Consultation Regime Now Confirmed
The National Law Review
The UK Employment Appeal Tribunal (the EAT) has now published its judgment in litigation that resulted from the 2008 closure of Woolworths. It confirms initial reports of a significant change to the law on UK collective redundancy consultation.
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Collective Consultations Post Woolworths—Bad News for UK Employers
The National Law Review
Under EU law, the UK was obliged to adopt the Directive, which sets minimum standards to protect employees. The UK did this through implementing sections 188 to 198 of TULRCA. On analysis, there is a difference between the Directive and TULRCA, ...
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Megan's Law Updates – 7-5
Chesco DOES
Eric Leslie Burruss has reported employment within five miles of Caln. Burruss was convicted of rape in November of 1984, and is a Tier 3 offender.. ELIASGLICK Elias R Glick has reported employment within five miles of Caln. Glick was convicted of ...
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How to reduce wage-and-hour lawsuit risks (and defend yourself if sued)
Business Management Daily
How to reduce wage-and-hour lawsuit risks (and defend yourself if sued). by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on July 5, 2013 1:43pm in Compensation and Benefits,Human Resources. by Christopher J. Moran, Esq., Pepper Hamilton LLP, ...
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How will wages and conditions be fixed after the AWB?
Getting to grips with general employment law. Until now, workers' terms and conditions have been fairly consistent, with an easy-to-access guide to workers' entitlements, depending primarily on grade and hours of work. General employment law does not ...
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Remember : Contract workers are eligible to sue you , too
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on July 6, 2013 8:00am in HR Management,Human Resources. Here's a reminder that you need to document disciplinary and workplace problems for temporary contract employees, too. It doesn't matter ...
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MacRoberts Employment Law Update 05/07/13 THAT'S THE WONDER OF ...
Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
For the last twenty years, TULRA* has set out the rules for consulting with redundant employees. Employers are required to collectively consult where they propose to dismiss 20 or more employees at one establishment within a period of 90 days or less.
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Newsletter - Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review
Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Staying on top of employment-related legal developments is important but can be challenging. To help keep you up to date, Mayer Brown JSM has produced the Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review, an e-publication covering 15 jurisdictions in Asia.
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Employers cheer mandate's delay, but move leaves ACA open to new attacks
The law assesses a $2,000 annual penalty per employee on employers with 50 or more full-time employees who do not offer qualifying coverage to them. The penalty does not apply to the first 30 employees. William Dombi, vice president at the NAHC, said ...
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Employee Misclassification Rises, Triggers Lawsuits
The Epoch Times
Because the employer/employee relationship comes with so many responsibilities for the employer, some companies try to skirt the law by calling their employees independent contractors. This employee misclassification is on the rise. "The ...
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MSNBC Intern Sues Over Nonpayment
The lawsuit alleges that NBCUniversal violated employment law in the way it used interns by giving them the duties of paid employees. Labor Department guidelines require internships to be educational apprenticeships that do not advantage an employer or ...
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Court rejects Snyder's right-to-work request
The Detroit News
The right-to-work law, approved hastily by the Legislature's Republican majority during the December lame-duck session, makes it illegal to require union dues payment as a condition of employment. Friday's Supreme Court ruling leaves the new law open ...
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Auto accessory shops raided, 26 cars seized
Times of Oman
The raid resulted in the arrest of 77 people, including 74 charged with violating labour laws, two for violating the law of the administrative systems and one person for violating the Telecommunications Regulatory Act. A source in the Dhahirah Police ...
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Damage to company property
Gulf Times
Article 9 of Ministerial Decision No 7 issued in line with Labour Laws also stipulate the above. More specifically, any worker who causes wanton damage, partial or total destruction of any equipment at the workplace shall be liable to pay the entire ...
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Draft Deregulation Bill 2013: employment aspects
Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Draft Deregulation Bill 2013: employment aspects05 July 2013The draft Deregulation Bill 2013 was published on 1 July 2013. Changes which will have an impact on employment law include removing the power for employment tribunals to make wider ...
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Reasonable Doubt: Overcoming language barriers to justice
There is, of course, the criminal law perspective. From an immigration law standpoint, it is the common tale of someone coming to Canada to work in hopes of eventually sponsoring family members. It also raises employment law issues, such as standards ...
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Walmart firings prompt Grayson to submit retaliation legislation
Employees who band together to improve workplace conditions are protected by federal law from getting fired as a result. But employees who are dismissed after fighting for better conditions must make their appeal through the National Labor Relations Board.
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Fired teacher wins back job
Should the ruling stand, the committee must post a notice announcing it will not retaliate against Meagher for "engaging in concerted, protected activities," and that it won't "interfere with, restrain and coerce any employees in the exercise of their ...
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A Technology Precedent: How One Law Firm Uses IT to Get Ahead
BizTech Magazine
The practice areas include insurance defense, insurance coverage, bad faith litigation, construction law, trucking, products liability, class actions, employment law and general criminal defense. Whether using notebooks or tablets, all the lawyers ...
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Part-Time America
Wall Street Journal
The law requires employers with more than 50 workers to provide health insurance to all employees or pay a $2,000 penalty per worker. The law also defines a full-time job as 30 hours a week. All of this gives businesses that operate on thin margins ...
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Colorado Rep. Dan Pabon joins Feldmann-Nagel's Denver office
Steamboat Pilot & Today
"He has handled cases ranging from First Amendment to eminent domain and employment law, and is uniquely situated to advise both public and private clients on governmental and legislative issues that impact their business," the release states. Pabon is ...
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Jobless About to Take a Big Hit From the Sequester
MacGregor joins the ranks of 120,100 unemployment insurance recipients in New Jersey who will see their average compensation drop 22.2 percent, according to the National Employment Law Project. The current typical unemployment insurance check for ...
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Court rejects request for Michigan right-to-work opinion
Right-to-work laws make it illegal to require financial support of a union as a condition of employment. The Michigan Legislature rapidly passed legislation — five days from introduction to law with little debate and no committee hearings — while Gov.
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Unemployment Rate Holds At 7.6 Percent
Personal Liberty Digest
Long-term unemployed accounted for 37.3 percent of the unemployed in May. That dropped to 36.7 percent in June, the department said. That is still too many, said Executive Director of the National Employment Law Project Christine Owens. "For far too ...
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Nikhil Kumar: America is getting back to work, but there aren't jobs out at ...
The Independent
Yesterday's report didn't go into this – but there were some revealing (and troubling) figures from the National Employment Law Project (NELP) earlier this week that showed how the fiscal tightening imposed by Washington was playing havoc with the ...
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Taxpayers pay costs for breach
Battle Creek Enquirer
Let me be clear: sex offenders have a duty to keep their addresses, employment, and other personal information up-to-date with authorities. It's their responsibility to follow the laws and if they don't, punishment will follow. That being said, there's ...
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Blogs1 new result for Employment Law
Employment Law -- Jul 03, 2013 | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP ...
By Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Excerpt from Supreme Court Sides With Employers in Title VII Suits - Capping off a term of big decisions with employer-friendly results, the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on two major...
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Web5 new results for Employment Law
State Preempts Employment Benefit Laws to Create Uniformity for ...
Under the new law, cities and counties still have the authority to establish a minimum wage or provide employment benefits for their own employees, or for the ...
Employment Law - Rosenthal, Levy, & Simon, PA
Employment law can include wrongful termination, sexual harassment, overtime and workplace violence. Our experienced attorneys are here to answer your ...
Employment Rights and Obligations After the Death of DOMA | Nolo ...
Same-sex marriages are now recognized under federal laws, including employment laws.
5 New Rights For Employees In Same-Sex Marriage - Law360
The U.S. Supreme Court's mandate for federal recognition of lawful same-sex marriages means that employers must start offering many common benefits to ...
France Enacts the Labor Law Reform Act - Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
This comprehensive reform aims to introduce more flexibility and security into the employment market. On June 14, France's law for labor market reform (referred ...

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