The General Services Administration (GSA) has announced the per diem rates that apply to the lower 48 Continental United States (CONUS) for the federal government's fiscal year 2018, which begins October 1, 2017, for purposes of business travel reimbursement.
UPS has agreed to pay $2 million to settle an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission nationwide disability discrimination lawsuit alleging the company's inflexible leave policy violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Food service, hospitality and retail industry employers operating in Oregon with at least 500 employees will soon be required to comply with a comprehensive new law that regulates how they are to schedule employees' work hours.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that a fired employee who failed a drug test because she was taking medical marijuana to treat Crohn's disease can sue her former employer for handicap discrimination.
Veeva Systems, a California-based, cloud-based software provider for the life sciences industries, has filed a claim in the superior court of California against three competitors that use post-termination non-compete, confidentiality and nondisparagement clauses in employment agreements.
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