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A lot of people have been writing about a recent court ruling that upheld significant portions of a new NLRB-promulgated poster that will get put up on a wall in some common area. I’ve been reluctant to write about it because, as I mentioned back in the fall, things continue to change on this...
This morning, I appeared on Ray Dunaway’s show on WTIC radio (1080 AM) to discuss the NLRB’s new proposed rules on union representation elections. (A link will be available when it is posted online.) Of course, in 5 minutes, there wasn’t much time to explain everything about it...
In California, the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) hears all professional license discipline or denial cases, except for liquor license and attorney discipline hearings. The same administrative court hears cases for such varied occupations as physicians, architects, dentists,...
Legislative Update: CHRO & Affirmative Action; Gender Identity Discrimination; Paid Sick Days; Credit Reports; Workplace Bullying
The Connecticut General Assembly is heating up and a number of employment-related bills are still alive this legislative session. The Labor & Public Employee Committee has voted a number of bills out, meaning that they're up for consideration by either the House or Senate, or another...
Several federal agencies have just issued much awaited proposed guidance regarding Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) under the Medicare Shared Savings Program. The guidance includes the following: 1. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued proposed regulations that...