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21 States Sue DOL Over New Overtime Rules

The new lawsuits pose the rules' most credible threat yet.

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NY Regulation Seeks to Curb Paycard Abuse

Paying workers with plastic may be more trouble than its worth in the Empire State.

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Salary History Questions Face Legal Trouble

An unprecedented Massachusetts law could see wider adoption.

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Congress: What a Brief Session Has in Store for Employee Legislation

This year's election could have a major impact on workplace legislation.

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Seattle Proposes 'Secure Scheduling' Rule

The proposal aims to stabilize fluctuating work hours for retail and food-service workers. 

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DOL Releases 'Blacklisting' Rule for Fed Contractors

Employers will have to keep compliance records clean to win lucrative federal contracts. 

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DOL Pushes States to Study, Enact Paid Leave

New grants will fund state research on paid family leave.

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MA Enacts Sweeping Equal Pay Reform

The new law takes a novel approach in curbing the gender pay gap.

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2016 EEO-1 Survey Letters Sent by EEOC

The mandatory survey records employee demographic information.

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Equal Pay, Paid Leave Enter Electoral Fray

Workplace issues took center stage at this summer's major political conventions.

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IRS Relaxes 2016 ACA Deadlines, Penalties

Businesses that missed this year's ACA deadline may not actually be penalized.

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Non-Competes Face New Legal Tests

State lawmakers are cracking down on the controversial agreements. 

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EEOC Releases New Harassment Report

Last year, about 33 percent of the charges received by the EEOC dealt with harassment. 

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Congress Delays Overtime Rules in Puerto Rico

The law stalls the DOL's new rules for two years.

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Colorado Opens Employee Access to HR Files

The law gives workers the right to view their personnel records.

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NYS Proposes Direct Deposit, Paycard Rule Changes

The rule could force employees to issue new direct deposit forms.

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Chicago OKs Paid Sick Leave

The new law requires most city businesses to offer paid sick leave.

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CO Boosts Pregnancy Discrimination Protection

The law grants pregnant workers new flexibility in the workplace.

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D.C. Set for New $15 Minimum Wage

A new law will raise the District's minimum wage over four years.

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CT Passes, Signs ‘Ban the Box’ Law

The new law limits when employers can ask job candidates about criminal history.