On The Front Lines of Workplace LawTM
- Fisher Phillips. The 2020 Inside Counsel Conference
Join us at the 2020 Inside Counsel conference where the nation’s top workplace law practitioners and business and government leaders will discuss trends, changes and the future of labor and employment law.
The U.S. Department of Labor just finalized its rule that attempts to limit the scope of joint employment liability for wage and hour matters.
After a busy 2019 of expanding workplace protections in New York, Governor Cuomo just issued his 2020 State of the State to lay out his priorities for the coming year.
As we look forward to the New Year, Massachusetts employers should be aware of upcoming changes to the Commonwealth’s employment laws that took effect on January 1, 2020, as well as possible changes we foresee on the horizon.
Thanks to a constitutional provision that requires Florida to adjust its minimum wage each year to match inflation, employers in the Sunshine State must now pay their employees at least $8.56 per hour.
When the calendar turned to January 1, we not only saw the dawn of a new year but the beginning of a new decade. It’s natural, at such a turning point, to spend some time looking back on what has transpired in the past 10 years before turning our attention to the years to come.
California employers just received a last-minute reprieve from complying with a newly enacted law that aims to prevent them from utilizing mandatory arbitration agreements with their employees – at least for now.