It is very common for employers to pay employees by direct deposit, and an increasing number pay employees with payroll debit cards. Beginning March
On July 25, LATAM Airlines Group S.A. (LATAM), a Chile-based airline, agreed to settle parallel criminal and civil FCPA matters relating to alleged
On July 25, a Chile-based airline company agreed to settle parallel criminal and civil FCPA matters relating to alleged bribery of Argentine labor
With the next round of legislative changes almost upon us, we thought it would be helpful to provide a timely reminder of the key changes likely to impact businesses this year.
An increasing number of Australian companies are sending employees on overseas secondments and assignments, often within the Asia-Pacific region.
Multinationals' efforts to conduct global compliance audits and risk assessments of their human resources operations get complicated, because each country's employment laws are unique.
The former president and executive director of New York City’s United Craft and Industrial Workers Union, Local 91, Warren J. Annuziata, pled guilty of taking more than $500,000 in bribes from bus company owners.
The UK has enacted the Bribery Act 2010 (the Act), which commentators have referred to as arguably the toughest global anti-corruption law.
A jury in Boston convicted Frank Rago, the former president of International Longshoremen's Association Local 1604, on two counts of unlawful labor payments for securing a "no show" job and one count of document falsification for forging employee benefit plan reports.
The Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued a new round of Frequently Asked Questions providing an update on the status of the Backlog Elimination Center (BEC), the entity responsible for adjudicating pre-PERM labor certifications filed prior to March 2005.