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U.S. DOJ Files Brief Supporting Arbitration Agreements That Bar Employee Class Actions

USA - June 22 2017 Last September, the U.S. Office of the Solicitor General urged the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that arbitration agreements that prohibit employees from...


Muslim Teacher May Proceed With National Origin Hostile Work Environment Claim

USA - March 16 2016 A Turkish-born Muslim teacher claimed that her school had a culture of racial and ethnic hostility. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (whose...


Unlimited vacation policy: is it right for your company?

USA - November 30 2015 Paid vacation time is a perk that can attract and retain the best and brightest employees. It can also impact your balance sheet, as earned but...

Mark B. Wiletsky.


2016 Colorado minimum wage going up to $8.31 per hour

USA - November 4 2015 Minimum wage workers in Colorado will see a one percent increase in their hourly wage in 2016. The Colorado Division of Labor has proposed to...


Colorado’s parental leave for academic activities ended September 1

USA - September 8 2015 The school year is upon us and working parents will once again find themselves juggling job duties and school functions. The juggling may be a bit...