Almost eight in 10 respondents to a survey conducted by the staffing and recruitment company Randstad reported that their current employer's dress code policy is either business casual (26%), casual (33%) or non-existent/no dress code at all (20%).
The NLRB Office of General Counsel has released an advice memo providing insight into the types of social media work rules that are unlawfully overbroad following its 2017 ruling in The Boeing Company.
Illinois has enacted broad legislation that will significantly impact employment practices, including nondisclosure agreements, sexual harassment training, leave for domestic violence victims and workplace safety.
Attendance at Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings required under federal special education law is essential to an employee's ability to provide appropriate physical or psychological care to her children, according to a new opinion letter from the US Department of Labor.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld a Pittsburgh law requiring paid sick leave for workers employed within the city. Meanwhile, San Antonio's paid sick leave ordinance has been delayed until December 1, after local business groups sued to stop the law from taking effect.
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