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Bill Strengthens Enforcement Powers of Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations

USA - May 12 2017 Philadelphia is poised to strengthen the enforcement powers of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (“PCHR”), the City’s primary civil...


Preparing for the Future of the Overtime Eligibility Rule

USA - March 16 2017 One of the most significant wage and hour actions of the Obama administrationpromulgating a new rule on overtime eligibilityremains frozen in legal...

Mark J. Foley.


Under New OSHA Rules, Employers May Not Conduct Post-Accident Drug Tests Simply as a Matter of Course

USA - November 4 2016 A mandatory drug and alcohol test after a workplace injury seems like a no brainer, right? Most companies believe so, which is why mandatory drug and...

Laurie A. Holmes.


The Emergence of Paid Sick Leave Laws

USA - September 1 2016 In last week’s blog entry, Lynne Anne Anderson highlighted the increasing number of states that mandate employers to provide school related unpaid...

Thomas J. Barton.