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DOL proposes survey on worker misclassification

USA - January 23 2013 The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued a notice seeking comment on its proposal to collect information about "employment experiences and...

Kelly T. Kindig.

Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave Law takes effect July 1

USA - June 18 2012 The Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave Law goes into effect on July 1, 2012, requiring certain employers to provide paid sick days to eligible full-time employees....

Alexandra Bak-Boychuk.

Reversing OSHA, federal appeals court restricts statute of limitations for record-keeping violations

USA - April 12 2012 In a ruling that strictly limits the time frame in which employers may be cited for record-keeping violations under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), a federal appeals court has ruled that such violations must be cited within six months of their occurrencea significant decrease from the previous practice of citing violations from up to five years ago....

Christopher T. Cognato.

New paid sick leave law for some Philadelphia employers

USA - November 8 2011 A new Philadelphia ordinance will require certain employers to provide paid sick days to their employees....

Alexandra Bak-Boychuk.