More and more, retailers turn to novel staffing models to meet the demands of today's consumer. But retailers must continue to carefully structure
This month’s key California employment law cases are from the California Supreme Court and from the California Court of Appeal. Janus v. American
A misconception exists that the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (usually referred to as the “customer service standards”) under
In the 2011-2012 term, the United States Supreme Court will consider a number of cases that may impact employers and employees.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) provided warning.
Most companies have sent their proxy statements to the printer, and we expect the SEC to publish the next round of Dodd-Frank rules on Wednesday, so I thought I would talk about another topic today.
The Illinois legislature recently increased the remedies available to employees under Illinois’ Wage Payment and Collection Act (“WPCA”).
Misclassification of workers as independent contractors, rather than as employees, may violate federal labor laws, other workforce protection laws, and various age and disability discrimination rules.
As anticipated, less than two weeks into the new administration, employment compliance has already grown more complex.
Acting swiftly on one of his campaign promises, President Obama today signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act (S. 181).