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Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Puts Retailers at Risk for New Overtime Claims

USA - September 1 2017 Wage and hour lawsuits continue to hound employers, with more than 8,000 new federal class actions alleging improper payment filed in 2016 alone. Now...


Connecticut Employers Will Need to Accommodate Pregnant Employees

USA - August 9 2017 A new state law that becomes effective October 1, 2017, expands existing legal protections for pregnant employees under federal and state laws and...


Second Circuit Upholds NLRB Ruling That Employer’s “No Recording” Policy Violated National Labor Relations Act

USA - June 9 2017 Employers need to be mindful about policies prohibiting employees from recording or videotaping in the workplace, as such rules, if not drafted...

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Federal Appeals Court Sanctions National Labor Relations Board in Ongoing Battle over Management Rights Provisions in Collective Bargaining Agreements

USA - October 13 2016 Most collective bargaining agreements contain “management rights” provisions that many employers, unsurprisingly, believe grant them the right to...


NLRB and Joint Employment - The Board Continues to Blur the Line Between Employers and Employment Agencies

USA - July 18 2016 Many organizations use temporary employment services to provide or supplement their workforce. Such arrangements allow an organization to focus on...