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When Can a Small Business Avoid COVID-19 Leave Requirements? DOL Provides More Answers

As the federal government has continued to roll out its response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Department of Labor (DOL) has continued t… Read More
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DOL Issues Q&A Guidance to Assist Employers in Complying with the FFCRA; Also, the CARES Act: What Employers Need to Know About the Newest U.S. Coronavirus Response

It’s a new world, and everything is changing very quickly. Earlier this week, we let you know about this poster that qualified employers must post i… Read More
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DOL Issues Poster for Employers Covered by the New Coronavirus Relief Law

Today (March 25, 2020), the United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a new poster for employers to use to notify employees of their rights… Read More
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Coronavirus and Outbreak Preparation

If you’ve turned on the TV or opened a newspaper or web browser in the last month or so, you’ve heard of what the media is calling “the coronavi… Read More
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Year-End Reminders

With the end of the year very nearly upon us, here are a few employment law changes to keep in mind as your business heads into 2020: FLSA Overtime Ch… Read More
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October 2018 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

OSHA Rolls Back Obama-Era Directives on Initiative Plans, Drug Testing Earlier this month, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (… Read More
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New Year Reminders for Employers & December 2017 Updates in Labor and Employment Law

New Year Reminders for Employers 2018 is almost here, and the new year is a good opportunity to take stock of your company’s employment procedures a… Read More
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