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India: June 2024 Employment Law Updates
June 13, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva
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2024 Immigration Developments & Their Impact on Employment
June 13, 2024
It may come as no surprise that over the past couple of years there have been much higher rates of immigration than had previously been projected.
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OSHA's New Inspection Rule Takes Effect
June 12, 2024
When the Occupational Safety and Health Administration conducts a workplace inspection, the agency’s long-standing rule has been that employees can designate a representative to accompany the inspector, but the representative must be a current employee. No longer.
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Recent Supreme Court Decision Clarifies Lower Standard of Harm for Job Transfers under Title VII
June 11, 2024
In a recent decision, Muldrow v. City of St. Louis, the U.S. Supreme Court clarified the standard for determining whether an adverse employment action is a sufficient basis for a discrimination claim under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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New Chicago Paid Leave and Paid Sick Leave Rules Finalized, Effective July 1
June 10, 2024
In May 2024, the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection published the final rules supporting Chicago’s new Paid Leave and Paid Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance. Both the ordinance and the rules go into effect on July 1, 2024.
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India: What Will the Implementation of the New Labour Codes Mean for Companies?
June 6, 2024
Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva brings you the key implications of the New Labour Codes.
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Three Overtime Rule Lawsuits, Three Judges – What Now?
June 5, 2024
As most employers (hopefully) know, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a final rule that will significantly increase the salary threshold for the exemptions from the Fair Labor Standard Act’s minimum wage and overtime requirements.
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Wait – the EEOC Is Really Serious About the EEO-1 Filing Requirement!
May 31, 2024
Many companies treat the annual EEO-1 filing requirement with, let’s say, some lack of urgency.
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Understanding the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
May 30, 2024
Over the past year the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been creating regulations for the implementation of the PWFA.  Those regulations were recently issued and take effect on June 18, 2024.
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Is Your Company Inadvertently Violating Other States’ Wage Transparency Laws?
May 28, 2024
In this blog, we will address another hot topic in employment law, pay transparency and potential liability for non-compliance with other states’ laws.
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Minnesota 2024 Legislative Session Update: Significant Changes to Earned Sick and Safe Time, Paid Family and Medical Leave, Worker Misclassification, and More
May 28, 2024
On May 19, the Minnesota Legislature ended its work for the 2024 session, which featured one of the most chaotic conclusions in recent memory.
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General Counsel Abruzzo’s Latest Memorandum Encourages a Further Expansion of Remedies for Employees
May 24, 2024
On April 8, NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo issued GC Memo 24-04, providing yet another memorandum broadening remedies for employees that have been wrongfully discharged for engaging in union or other protected concerted activity.
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