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  • Whistleblowing General Counsel Wins $11 Million Against Ex-Employer

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    A federal jury in California has awarded nearly $11 million in damages to the former general counsel of Bio-Rad Laboratories in a whistleblower lawsuit involving potential bribery in China. The jury found Sanford Wadler engaged in protected activity when he sent an internal memo calling for an investigation into possible bribery that could involve senior management.

  • Paycard Regulations Invalidated in New York, Challenged at Federal Level

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    The State of New York Industrial Board of Appeals has issued a decision invalidating final paycard regulations. In addition, a resolution has been introduced in the US House of Representatives challenging forthcoming federal paycard regulations.

  • Trump Nominates Alex Acosta for Secretary of Labor

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    President Trump moved quickly to fill the Secretary of Labor role, nominating Alexander (Alex) Acosta less than 24 hours after his first nominee, Andrew Puzder, withdrew when it appeared he did not have the votes to be confirmed by the Senate. Acosta would be the first Latino member of Trump's cabinet if confirmed.

  • Seattle Proposes Revisions to Minimum Wage Rules

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    The Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS) has proposed revisions to the city's minimum wage rules intended to reflect a 2015 wage theft ordinance, a ballot initiative increasing the statewide minimum wage and other development.

  • Employers Should Prepare for Rare General Strike

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    News

    Employers may face a general strike as soon as February 17. Activists and strike organizers are seeking to demonstrate against the policies of the current administration and congressional majority leaders.

  • California Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters

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    Quick Reference

    Updated to include Los Angeles notice-posting requirements; enhanced to improve comprehensiveness with the addition of notice-posting requirements in Los Altos, Malibu and Santa Clara.

  • Minimum Wage Rates by State and Municipality

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    Updated to reflect the finalized 2017 annual inflation adjustment to the minimum wage in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

  • Credit Check Limitations by State

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    Updated to reflect New Orleans, Louisiana credit check history law.

  • Maintaining a Union-Free Workplace: Best Practice Manual Section Added

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    The Maintaining a Union-Free Workplace Best Practice Manual has been added to discuss the steps an employer may take to remain union-free.

  • Webinar: Make Light Work of the Paid Sick Leave Trends With Your Handbook

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    State and local legislatures continue to pass paid sick leave laws across the country - as of January 1, 2017, seven states and more than 30 municipalities - giving more and more employers yet another compliance challenge to contend with. And if you have employees in more than one of these locations, compliance becomes even more challenging.

  • Podcast: Why Background Checks Pose Catch-22 for Employers

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    On this podcast, New Jersey employment attorney Steven Luckner explores why employers must be discerning when it comes to seeking criminal history information since background checks are ripe for technical violations.

  • Webinar: Top 2017 Compliance Challenges For HR: Are You Ready?

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    The workplace is evolving at a rapid-fire pace amidst technological, societal and cultural changes and employers need to be ready to meet these changes. So what are the top compliance issues to watch out for in 2017?

  • Podcast: EEOC Takes Aim at Tackling National Origin Discrimination

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    EEOC Senior Attorney Advisor Muslima Lewis discusses her agency's recent enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination and what employers need to know.

  • Update Workplace Posters for New Year 2017

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    Labor and employment notice-posting requirements at the federal, state and municipal levels have been updated.

  • How to Update an Employee Handbook for 2017

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    This How To details the steps an employer should take to update its employee handbook for 2017.

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