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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Holds Individuals Can Sue Third Parties for Tortious Interference With Existing At-Will Employment Relationships
February 22, 2024
On February 21, 2024, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a decision in Salsberg v. Mann that is relevant for all employers.
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On the Road Again: When is Traveling for Work Compensable?
February 19, 2024
As COVID fears have eased and Zoom fatigue has grown, the road warriors have re-emerged.  In-person meetings with clients and customers and work and industry conferences are back in vogue.
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India: February 2024 Employment Law Updates
February 7, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva
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California Supreme Court Limits Trial Courts’ Authority to Dismiss PAGA Claims Based on Manageability
February 7, 2024
In January, the California Supreme Court delivered a crucial decision in Estrada v. Royalty Carpet Mills, Inc., eliminating a trial court’s inherent authority to strike a Private Attorneys General Act claim based on manageability grounds.
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CMS On Your Radar - Key employment law developments and expected trends across Europe and beyond for 2024
February 1, 2024
The international CMS employment group has the pleasure of sharing the latest edition of On Your Radar publication giving you access to the key employment law developments at your fingertips. Our easy to read guide provides our expert analysis and action points to deal with these developments in Europe and beyond.
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New Year's Resolutions For Your Employee Handbook
January 18, 2024
Employee handbook updates are a decidedly unglamorous chore, and, just like dusting your baseboards, it’s a chore that can be put off, until, that is, the in-laws (i.e., government regulators or Plaintiff’s counsel) come around with white gloves and black lights to see just how well you’ve been keeping house.
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India: January Employment Law Updates
January 10, 2024
Updates from Worklaw® Network India member King Stubb & Kasiva.
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The Maryland Department of Labor Issues Proposed Maryland Economic Stabilization Act Regulations
January 3, 2024
On December 15, 2023, the Maryland Department of Labor issued proposed regulations to implement the Maryland Economic Stabilization Act, which requires employers to provide notice of a mass layoff or a reduction in force in certain circumstances. 
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2024 Minimum Wage Update
January 3, 2024
Many states and municipalities are increasing their minimum wage for 2024. Here is a list.
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Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Advisory Council Calls for Department of Hearings and Appeals to End "Hold Open" Practice
December 18, 2023
Recently the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Advisory Council voted to approve two separate bills that include potentially significant changes to the Worker’s Compensation Act of Wisconsin (Chapter 102), including the administration of the Act.
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“Stay-or-Pay”? A Potential TRAP for Employers!
December 15, 2023
A recent New York Times article highlighted the use and, frankly, abuse of Training Repayment Agreement Provisions, also known as stay-or-pay provisions.
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India: December Employment Law Updates
December 7, 2023
King Stubb & Kasiva's latest newsletter on Employment Law Updates for December in India.
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