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NLRB Issues Memorandum Restricting Captive Audience and Other Mandatory Meetings

USA - June 7 2022 For decades, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) permitted employers to hold mandatory employee meetings during paid time wherein company…

California Employers Can Face Lawsuits by Third Parties Claiming Injuries From Employees Infected With COVID-19

USA - January 10 2022 California employers whose employees become infected with COVID-19 while in the workplace and pass the infection to family members can be sued in…

Julie M. Capell, Judith Droz Keyes

San Francisco Implements Expanded Vaccination Requirements

USA - August 24 2021 In response to the spread of the Delta variant, the City and County of San Francisco has expanded its COVID-19 vaccination requirements for certain…

Julie Hall, Christopher Im

Oakland Set to Provide Right to Recall for Recently Laid-Off Hospitality Workers

USA - July 17 2020 Oakland is poised to pass the Hospitality and Travel Worker Right to Recall Ordinance, giving recently laid off employees priority when businesses…

San Francisco Provides Right to Reemployment for Recently Laid Off Employees

USA - July 6 2020 San Francisco passed a Back-to-Work Emergency Ordinance (the Ordinance), providing a right to reemployment for certain employees laid off since…

Jeffrey S. Bosley