3 Key Points for Employers re: Families First Coronavirus Response Act

March 17, 2020

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the bill that was drafted in coordination with the Executive branch and is currently before the U.S. Senate for final approval. Here are 3 Key Takeaways about proposed revisions to the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) for Employers: 1.    FMLA has been amended to provide coverage to employees working…

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Employment Issues

March 16, 2020

Today, we will provide you with a few things to keep in mind as an employer while navigating through these uncertain times of Covid-19. We will continue to keep you informed. Please do not hesitate to contact our attorneys for any legal matters as they arise. 1.    Is it legal to ask an employee to work…

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Proposed EEOC wage reporting rules could create major problems for Employers

March 7, 2016

NOW: companies with 100 or more employees have to file an annual federal EEO-1 report. This requires companies to report the number of employees by ten broadly-defined job categories, broken down by race, gender and ethnicity.    PROPOSED RULE:  In addition to the current reporting rule, companies with 100 or more employees will ALSO have…

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