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President Trump’s proposed budget released by the White House earlier this week supports his promises to increase immigration enforcement, build a physical wall on the nation’s southern border, limit refugees, and reform the immigration system.
The White House released the details of President Trump’s proposed budget today, and if the president has his way, employees will be eligible to receive up to six weeks of paid parental leave by the year 2020.
The proposed federal budget released today would have a dramatic impact on the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), the watchdog agency overseeing the federal government’s affirmative action programs.
Employers will be relieved, at least temporarily, of the requirement to file injury information through an electronic recordkeeping system that was scheduled to take effect this July 1.
Many workers in Georgia who receive sick leave from their employers will soon be entitled to use such leave to care for family members, thanks to a new law signed into effect by Governor Nathan Deal last week.
The California Supreme Court held today that California’s law requiring one day of rest in seven looks only at the employer’s defined workweek and does not specifically require employers to provide one day of rest after six preceding calendar days of work.