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MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: CWC’s Monthly Update of Recently Enacted Workplace-Related State and Local Compliance Developments

20-131 | 02 Jul 2020
In the four weeks since we last reported, state and local jurisdictions have continued to enact coronavirus-related workplace requirements. These and other developments are summarized in our latest CWC Interstate update.

Labor Department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy Releases Results of 2018 Survey of Employer Practices To Employ and Retain Individuals With Disabilities

20-130 | 02 Jul 2020
ODEP has made public the results of a 2018 voluntary survey it conducted on employer practices designed to enhance the employment of people with disabilities. ODEP concludes that while progress has been made, there is still a long way to go.

MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: CWC’s Guide to the FLSA’s “White Collar” Exemptions: Part IV – The Salary Basis Test

20-129 | 02 Jul 2020
In the latest of CWC’s ongoing series on compliance issues related to the “white collar” exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act, we take an in depth look at the so-called salary basis test. We would also like to hear from our members as to additional resources we can prepare regarding the FLSA that might enhance your compliance efforts.

Rhode Island Supreme Court Rules in Colpitts v. W.B. Mason That Medical Marijuana User Who Appeared Intoxicated on the Job Could Be Fired for Refusing a Drug Test

20-128 | 02 Jul 2020
This important ruling out of Rhode Island’s Supreme Court provides helpful guidance on the right of an employer to discipline an employee who is under the influence of drugs on the job. It did not matter here that the plaintiff was an authorized medical marijuana user under the state’s compassionate use law.

New OFCCP FAQ Clarifies How Contractors Should Account for Individuals Who Identify as “Non-Binary”

20-127 | 26 Jun 2020
As some individuals now choose to identify as non-binary, federal contractors are wrestling with how they should be accounted for in the company’s affirmative action plans. OFCCP recently published a new FAQ providing guidance.
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