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Employment Law – Supreme court invalidate recess appointments to NLRB, campaign to raise Chicago and San Diego minimun wage scores and more.
Employment Law – pregnancy guidance seems to require light duty for all, DOL proposed 408 (b) (2) guide and more.
July 7th, 2014
in Anti-Corruption / FCPA, China & Singapore, Employment & Benefits, Energy & Resources, Financial Services, Hatch-Waxman, Healthcare, International Trade & Defense, Legal Conferences, Litigation, Pharmaceuticals / Biotech / Life Sciences, Telecoms & Technology, Transportation |
June was a productive month for ACI’s conference attendees. At our events, decision makers had the chance to acquire top notch industry information; ranging from the latest trends, developments, hottest litigation cases to key insights from leading experts and more. You now have the opportunity to remain ahead of the curve too by accessing conference materials. June materials are now available in digital format and can be reviewed according to your own schedule. (more…)
Employment Law – EEOC background check guidance under fire, developments in Tennessee, Alabama, and federal employment law and more.
Employment Law – Court clarifies four employee rule in S.C. workers’ compensation act, Massachusetts employers prepare for employment law changes and more.
June 17th, 2014
in Employment & Benefits |
As most employers (hopefully) know, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires them to provide disabled employees with reasonable accommodations that allow the employees to perform their jobs. The ADA’s regulations are complex, however, and we often get questions from employers about when, why, or how they should accommodate a disabled employee. Below are six tips addressing issues that frequently arise under the ADA:
Employment Law – New Tennessee law limits scope of employment discrimination, Connecticut legislature makes changes to Connecticut paid sick leave law and more.
Employment Law - JPML Crafts Centralized Status For 5 Michaels OT Suits, Employee Benefit Plan is Governmental Plan, Even Though Employees are Not, says District Court in 11th Circuit and more.