The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday said it
intends to release a final rule next month that is expected to
make it more difficult to hold companies liable for labor law
violations by their contractors or franchisees.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday said a common
method of calculating overtime pay owed to salaried workers with
inconsistent schedules that saves employers money is not valid
under state wage law, and upheld a $1.4 million judgment against
General Nutrition Centers Inc.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is planning to
release proposed rules on employee wellness programs and
companies' liability for workplace discrimination by contractors
and franchisees over the next two months, according to a
regulatory agenda released on Wednesday.
Amazon.com Inc's cloud computing service has been hit with a
lawsuit claiming it unlawfully stored the biometric data of
other companies' employees without notifying the workers or
obtaining their consent.
The National Labor Relations Board released a report on
Tuesday saying its existing procedures for identifying potential
conflicts of interest among its members are adequate, while also
announcing new steps it will take to make the process more
The office of District of Columbia Attorney General Karl
Racine on Tuesday filed a lawsuit accusing DoorDash Inc of
violating a consumer protection law by misrepresenting the way
it pays food delivery workers.
The U.S. Department of Justice has told a federal appeals
court that an advocacy group does not have standing to sue the
Trump administration for staying an Obama-era Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission rule requiring employers to submit pay
data broken down by sex and race, because the group has no legal
right to the information.
Cisco Systems Inc on Monday filed a lawsuit accusing two
former engineers and a sales director of taking product designs,
client lists, and other confidential documents to a rival firm
that they joined earlier this year.
A U.S. appeals court on Monday ruled that public workers who
opt out of union membership are not entitled to the same level
of constitutional protections during the collective bargaining
process as their coworkers who are members.
Dollar General will pay $6 million and change the way it
conducts criminal background checks of job applicants to settle
a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit claiming
the discount retailer discriminated against black workers with