This podcast examines new laws expanding California's equal pay statute, restricting E-Verify use and a flurry of minimum wage increases that are sure to impact employers in 2016. Anthony Oncidi, who heads the labor and employment practice group at Proskauer Rose's Los Angeles office, discusses the most significant developments.
This XpertHR podcast examines the uproar over the controversial Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Opponents had claimed the original measure sanctioned discrimination against the LGBT community. Indianapolis employment attorney Stuart Buttrick, of Faegre Baker Daniels discusses how employer complaints sparked an amendment to the law.
New York is not quite California when it comes to employment law, but the Empire State has taken steps in that direction the past year with many new developments affecting employers. On this podcast, New York City employment attorney Jason Habinsky, of Haynes & Boone, examines the changes at both the state and local level.
Illinois has often been at the forefront of employment law trends, and the past year has proved no exception. On this podcast, Chicago employment attorney Stacey Smiricky of Faegre Baker Daniels examines a host of new developments affecting employers in the Land of Lincoln.
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