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F-Word Facebook Firing Flipped By Federal Court

USA - April 25 2017 In a ruling that could leave employers fuming and possibly cursing, a federal appellate court ruled that an employee who used a public Facebook page

Gig Economy Game-Changer? New Florida Law Ensures Contractor Status For Drivers

USA - April 25 2017 The State of Florida is about to enact first-of-its-kind legislation that will ensure most ride-sharing drivers are independent contractors and not

Will Employers Cry Mayday This May 1? What You Need To Know About Planned Protest Activities

USA - April 24 2017 May Day has historically been a day marked by workers’ rights protests, with union organizing activities and other employee advocacy actions taking

Government Contractor Paid Leave Accrual - Does It Apply to Your Employees? And If So, What Does It Require?

USA - April 14 2017 Regulations implementing Executive Order 13706, which requires affected employers to provide paid sick leave of up to 56 hours per year to certain

Sexual Harassment In The News Likely To Lead To Uptick In Claims

USA - April 20 2017 Whenever the topic of sexual harassment reaches mainstream media outlets, people are bound to take notice. And when sexual harassment allegations

Lewis v. Clarke And The Failed Expedition To Secure Tribal Rights: SCOTUS Rules Against Tribal Employee Immunity

USA - April 26 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled yesterday that tribal sovereign immunity does not apply to employees who are sued in their individual

Gig Economy Game-Changer? New Florida Law Ensures Contractor Status For Drivers

USA - April 25 2017 The State of Florida is about to enact first-of-its-kind legislation that will ensure most ride-sharing drivers are independent contractors and not

F-Word Facebook Firing Flipped By Federal Court

USA - April 25 2017 In a ruling that could leave employers fuming and possibly cursing, a federal appellate court ruled that an employee who used a public Facebook page

Will Employers Cry Mayday This May 1? What You Need To Know About Planned Protest Activities

USA - April 24 2017 May Day has historically been a day marked by workers’ rights protests, with union organizing activities and other employee advocacy actions taking

Sexual Harassment In The News Likely To Lead To Uptick In Claims

USA - April 20 2017 Whenever the topic of sexual harassment reaches mainstream media outlets, people are bound to take notice. And when sexual harassment allegations