Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- PENSION AND BENEFIT PLANS—8th Cir.: CBA required employer to contribute to union benefit funds only for construction and highway work
- AGENCY NEWS—Brooklyn health care agency to return $2M in unpaid wages to home health aides
- CONTRACT CLAIMS—E.D. Mich.: Preliminary injunction granted to employer in case alleging violation of non-compete agreement
- DISCRIMINATION—8th Cir.: Catholic healthcare entities not required to cover gender-transition surgeries
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—N.D. Ohio: Hispanic dishwasher fired after Facebook post and unpaid-for bacon cannot advance claim
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—S.D. Miss.: State DHS employee fired despite spotless record advances bias claim
- DISCRIMINATION—S.D. Ohio: Supervisor, fired at 73 following COVID diagnosis, stated race, age discrimination claims against Ford
- EMPLOYEE STATUS—9th Cir.: 7-Eleven franchisees not employees under California Labor Code
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Can an employee start working without a social security number?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Is it ok to terminate an employee, but then let them complete their FMLA leave?
- HOUSE NEWS—Oversight Committee report sheds light on Washington Commanders’ toxic workplace culture
- IMMIGRATION NEWS—Filing information updated for FY 2023 H-2B supplemental cap petitions
- IMMIGRATION NEWS—Green Cards to be automatically extended for naturalization applicants
- LABOR—NLRB WEEKLY SUMMARY—Weekly summary of NLRB decisions
- WAGE HOUR—S.D.N.Y.: IHOP waiter can’t bring wage claims against restaurant and random franchisee
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