What Impact Will President Biden’s AI Executive Order Have in the Workplace?
October 31, 2023
President Biden has signed an Executive Order on “Safe, Secure and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence."
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California: New Year, New Laws: Time for a New Handbook
October 30, 2023
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NLRB Returns to a More Expansive Joint Employer Standard
October 26, 2023
On October 26, the National Labor Relations Board issued a final rule that rescinds and replaces the Trump Administration’s 2020 rule establishing the current test for determining whether two entities are joint employers.
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EEOC Releases Proposed Updated Guidance on Workplace Harassment
October 24, 2023
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued proposed updated guidance called “Enforcement Guidance on Harassment in the Workplace.”
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Contract by Emoji?
October 23, 2023
Apparently, emojis have become such an accepted means of communication that a Canadian court found  to create an enforceable contract for $82,000 (plus interest and costs)!!
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Massachusetts: Employees Will Soon be able to “Top-Off” their PFML Payments Using PTO
October 20, 2023
A significant change is coming to Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave, effective November 1, 2023.
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NLRB Decisions Convey Pro-Union Positions on Several Important Issues
October 18, 2023
When President Biden took office in 2021, employers anticipated sweeping changes in labor laws that would benefit unions and employees.
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Reasonable Accommodations for a Lunar Sabbath?
October 13, 2023
What on earth (or not) is a Lunar Sabbath, anyway? I’m sure that’s what was going through the employer’s mind when the employee requested a schedule adjustment so that she could observe her Sabbath.
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India: October Employment Law Updates
October 10, 2023
King Stubb & Kasiva's latest newsletter on Employment Law Updates for October in India.
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Refusing to Comply with an NLRB Order Can Land Employers in Handcuffs (Even If You’re Not Unionized)
October 5, 2023
Many companies blissfully believe that they don’t have to worry about the National Labor Relations Act or its enforcing agency, the National Labor Relations Board, as long as they don’t have a union and no one is currently trying to unionize them. They’re wrong.
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Massachusetts: Department of Family and Medical Leave Issues Important PFML Updates
October 4, 2023
The Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (Department) has been busy over the last several weeks and has issued some updates that are important for employers to know about.
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The NLRB's Cemex Decision: A Game Changer for Union Organizing
October 2, 2023
In a groundbreaking decision a few weeks ago, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") released its ruling in Cemex Construction Materials Pacific (Cemex), NLRB Case No. 28-CA-230115, ushering in a new era for labor relations in the United States.
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