Results 6 to 10 of 151

Washington, D.C. Announces FY 22 Universal Paid Leave Amounts

USA - April 8 2022 Due to a surplus in the Universal Paid Leave Fund (the “Fund”), D.C. employees who are covered by the District’s Paid Family Leave (PFL”) program…

Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr., Catherine Kang, Ann Knuckles Mahoney

Considering Tracking Employees in Vehicles? New Jersey Now Requires Employers to Provide Notice

USA - March 14 2022 Next month, New Jersey private employers will need to start informing drivers before using GPS tracking devices in the vehicles they operate. A new…

Matthew Savage Aibel, Adam S. Forman, Shawndra G. Jones, Ridhi D. Madia

President Biden’s Vaccination Mandates for Federal Employees and Contractors Remain in Limbo

USA - March 4 2022 While the fate of two COVID-19 vaccination rules by federal agencies were decided in January by the Supreme Court of the United States, millions of…

Peter M. Stein, Dean R. Singewald II, Frank C. Morris, Jr.

The Not So Permanent Standard: Virginia Moves to Withdraw COVID-19 Rule

USA - March 3 2022 The first state to implement workplace health and safety standards for COVID-19 is poised to roll back those requirements. Virginia’s Permanent…

Kamil Gajda, Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr., Christopher R. Shur

Washington, D.C. Ban on Non-Competes Postponed Until October 2022

USA - March 3 2022 The D.C. Council (the “Council”) is poised to further postpone the Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 (D.C. Act 23-563) (the “Act”)…

Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr., Tiffany Sarchet