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New York City Enacts Ordinance Requiring “Just Cause” for Firing Fast Food Worker

21-017 | 21 Jan 2021
The City of New York has adopted two new ordinances that strike at the heart of the “employment at will” doctrine. One ordinance prohibits a fast food employer from firing a worker without “just cause,” and the other ordinance requires a fast food employer to show a “bona fide economic reason” for laying off or reducing a worker’s hours.

New NLRB Decisions Address “Boeing” Standard, Right to Wear Union Buttons

21-016 | 21 Jan 2021
The National Labor Relations Board has issued several new decisions providing more guidance on application of its 2017 Boeing Standard to common workplace rules.

EEOC Further Revises Litigation Policy To Strengthen Commissioner Oversight

21-015 | 21 Jan 2021
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has adopted changes to its procedures that will ensure that the Commissioners have a greater say in lawsuits brought by the agency’s General Counsel.

OFCCP Proposing To Implement New Compliance Review Process for Construction Contractors

21-014 | 19 Jan 2021
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. OFCCP is asking OMB for approval to begin using a new scheduling letter and itemized listing to initiate compliance evaluations of federal construction contractors. If approved by OMB, the new letter will bring the current construction contractor audit process more in line with the process used for supply and service contractors.

DOL OK’s Virtual Medical Appointments as “In-Person” Visits Under the FMLA

21-013 | 19 Jan 2021
The Labor Department has issued a new “Field Assistance Bulletin” confirming that a telemedicine visit with a health care provider satisfies the requirement that an eligible employee has to meet at least once “in person” with a provider in order to meet the criteria for establishing a serious health condition under the Family and Medical Leave Act.

CWC Files Comments In Support of HIRE Vets Medallion Program Extension

21-012 | 19 Jan 2021
CWC has filed written comments with the Labor Department’s Veterans Employment and Training Service in support of that agency’s announced intent to extend the HIRE Vets Medallion Program for another three years. The HIRE Vets Medallion Program, which has proven popular with CWC members, is a voluntary program under which employers can seek government recognition for exemplary efforts in recruiting, employing, and retaining veterans.

EEOC Announces Filing Season for 2019 and 2020 EEO-1s To Start in April

21-011 | 14 Jan 2021
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced earlier this week that the filing season for both the 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Reports would begin in April, with specific details to be released at a later date.
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