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Immigration and Customs Enforcement will “significantly increase” the number of inspections in worksite operations, according to acting ICE Director Tom Homan.
Cheryl Stanton is one step closer to becoming administrator of the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division.
The Department of Labor has filed an appeal of a federal judge’s decision that blocked the Obama administration’s bid to raise the overtime salary threshold for white-collar workers.
President Trump has nominated Scott Mugno to become Assistant Secretary of Labor in charge of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Many health care workers regularly deal with patients whose immune systems are compromised and who could suffer catastrophic consequences if exposed to an otherwise mild illness. What’s such an employer to do if a worker refuses to get an appropriate shot?
Do you have a companywide policy that requires all workers who are out on leave to get a doctor’s certification that they are completely healed before they can return to work? Such a rule may run afoul of the ADA.
Normally, the U.S. Department of Labor has jurisdiction over whether workers should be classified as employees or true independent contractors. But now the National Labor Relations Board has entered the fray in a way that could have big consequences for employers.
Q. May I terminate an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim?
In response to a lawsuit, a federal judge has instructed the EEOC to reconsider regulations concerning how employer wellness programs interact with the ADA and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
In recent years, employers have seized on biometric technologies such as fingerprint scanning as a way to control time-clock abuse. But before you rush out to buy the latest in technology, be sure to check with your attorney or your state labor department.
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