Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- TOP STORY—States and employers reacting to stay of OSHA’s large employer vaccine ETS
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—N.D. Miss.: Police officer’s ADA claim goes forward, based on evidence he was regarded as disabled
- DOL NEWS—Reported FLSA violations prompt $2M in back wages, damages for workers, $80K in penalties
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Can discharging remote workers trigger the WARN Act at a ‘single site of employment’?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Salary transparency law set to rock New York City labor market: An employer’s 3-step compliance plan
- LABOR—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES—NLRB: Employer unlawfully excluded newly represented employees from annual wage increase
- LITIGATION NEWS, TRENDS—Worker misclassification case against Arise Virtual and Comcast seeks penalties and injunction
- REMEDIES, DAMAGES—11th Cir.: Appeal of preliminary injunction in energy-drink maker’s restrictive covenant suit yields results for former employee
- RETALIATION—D. Conn.: Jury to decide if detective suffered retaliation for testifying at hearing on coworker’s bias charge
- RETALIATION—S.D.N.Y.: No trial on manager’s retaliation, hostile environment claims despite CEO’s failure to address sexual misconduct claims against director
- WAGE-HOUR—SETTLEMENTS—E.D. Cal: Preliminary approval granted for $2 million settlement in litigation over McDonald’s wage statements
- WAGE-HOUR—WORKING TIME—E.D. Pa.: Crisis line employees entitled to pay at ‘office rate’ for time worked on ‘standby shifts’
- WORTH NOTING—Cases of note dealing with wage-hour issues
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