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House Acts to Reject NLRB Election Rules; President Expected to Veto Joint Resolution
March 19
Dozens of House Democrats Urge SEC to Quickly Finalize Pay Ratio Rules
March 19
Corrections Officer With Recurring Disability Can Go Forward With ADA Claim, Court Rules
March 19
Black Army Veteran With Stress Disorder Fails to State Claims Against Port, Supervisor
March 19
Court Affirms $1.2 Million Jury Award To Tunisian Muslim Worker on Bias Claims
March 19
Mixed Ruling Issued on Workers' Claims Of Double-Breasting, Contribution Write-Offs
March 19
Number of People Who Moved for Work Rose by 391,000 in 2014 to 7.37 Million
March 19
OPM Lays Out 2016 Goals for FEHBP In ‘Call Letter’ to Insurance Providers
March 19
Icahn Accuses UNITE HERE Local Leaders Of Deploying Mob-Style Bullying Tactics
March 19
L-1B Visa Denials at ‘Historic' High, Especially for Indians, Report Finds
March 19
Canadian Labor Pacts Inked in January Show 2.4 Percent Average Wage Growth
March 19
Local Wage Ordinances Should Include Robust Enforcement Strategies, NELP Says
March 19
Target Said to Be Raising Hourly Wages To $9 in April, Following Wal-Mart Lead
March 19
Bias-Intimidation Law Partly Unconstitutional, State Court Says in Caged Black Worker Case
March 19
Bill Seeks to Undo Specialty Healthcare, Prevent Elections by Employee ‘Micro Units'
March 19
With New Deadline, OSHA Accepting Input On Chemical Management Until October
March 19
Texas Sues DOL Over Rule Extending FMLA Definition of ‘Spouse' to Same-Sex Partners
March 19
English-Only Policy for Hospital Workers Violated Rights Under NLRA, ALJ Decides
March 19
NLRB General Counsel Griffin Issues Report Illustrating Lawful and Unlawful Work Rules
March 19
State Judge Denies Temporary Injunction In Challenge to Wisconsin Right-To-Work Law
March 19
Macy's Truck Drivers, Helpers Get First OK Of $4 Million Misclassification Settlement
March 19
Servers’ Failure to Allege Hours Worked Halts Overtime Claims; Other Wage Claims Remain
March 19
Congressional Democrats Float Measures To Expand Leave, Flexible Schedule Options
March 19
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
March 19
Initial Jobless Claims Little Changed, Remain Below 300,000 for Second Week
March 19
NLRB Stands by ‘Refined' Contractor Test; FedEx Home Fails in Bid for Reconsideration
March 17
New York Exotic Dancer Who Opted Out of Class Action Must Arbitrate Her Wage Claims
March 17
4th Cir. Says Black, Female State Employee Didn't Plausibly Allege Bias in Nonselection
March 17
House Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Resolution Calls for Increased Pension Contributions
March 17
Court OKs Retaliation Lawsuit by Officer Who Was in Public Altercation With Mayor
March 17
Nursing Qualifications Should Be Harmonized To Meet Increasing Demands, Report Finds
March 17
DOL, DHS to Issue Joint Interim Final Rule To Re-Establish H-2B Guestworker Program
March 17
Lawmakers Criticize H-1B Visa Program, Cite Employer Abuses Displacing Workers
March 17
DOL Budget Will Promote Shared Prosperity, Better Pay, Safety, Perez Tells House Panel
March 17
Machinists Union Names Dora Cervantes First Female General Secretary-Treasurer
March 17
House Ready to Vote on NLRB Regulations As Rules Committee Sets Terms of Debate
March 17
In Last ABA Appearance, OSHRC Chair Deplores Cuts Prompted by Budget Shortfall
March 17
Missouri Manufacturer Faces $272,000 Fine After Worker Crushed by Falling Scrap Table
March 17
Silica Guidelines for Asphalt Milling Would Cut Exposure Below OSHA's Proposed Limit
March 17
Lawsuit Alleges Sex Bias in Pay, Promotions Against Female Directors in Novartis Division
March 17
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
March 17
39 States Increased Payroll Jobs In January, Led by California, Ohio
March 17
Justices Won't Review If Court or Arbitrator Decides Whether Class Claims May Proceed
March 9
Justices Ask Solicitor General to Comment On Dispute Over RJ Reynolds Stock Plan
March 9
Supreme Court 9-0 Says DOL Didn't Need Rulemaking to Change FLSA Interpretation
March 9
U.S. Fiscal Uncertainty No Longer Seen As Hindering Economy, NABE Survey Finds
March 9
Cable Installation Supervisor With Seizures Can't Pursue ADA Claims, Eighth Circuit Says
March 9
Rude, Erratic Worker's Bipolar Disorder Not Apparent to Employer, 8th Cir. Finds
March 9
Efforts to Combat Underground Economy Disorganized, California Commission Finds
March 9
Kline Opposes Fair Pay Executive Order In Capitol Meeting With Labor Chief Perez
March 9
Agencies Should Alter Practices to Address Abuses in H-2A, H-2B Programs, GAO Reports
March 9
USCIS Suspends H-2B Petition Processing
March 9
Obama Calls on Cities to Join Job Training Plan for IT Workers
March 9
YouthBuild Evaluation Finds Local Variations But General Fidelity to Program's Core Values
March 9
Plans Mulling De-Risking Advised on How To Protect Participants and Themselves
March 9
NLRB Defends Election Rule Against Lawsuit, Asks Court to Dismiss Chamber's Challenge
March 9
Walker Signs Bill Making Wisconsin Nation's 25th Right-to-Work State
March 9
$30.5 Million Is Available for Face Forward Grants
March 9
Supreme Court Denies Review in Four Labor, Employment Cases March 9, 2015
March 9
U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association
March 9
NLRB Election Rules Near Test in Congress; Changes Said to ‘Streamline' Board Process
February 27
AFL-CIO Membership Declined by 43,000 In 2014 to 9.3 Million, New Report Shows
February 27
Following Iskanian, California Court Finds Enforceable Agreement Waiving Class Actions
February 27
SEIU Is Pushing to Organize 800 Guards At Pittsburgh Area Companies by Mid-March
February 27
Virginia Lawmakers OK Expanding Employer Ability to Contest State Child Labor Charges
February 27
Rejected Nonunion Roofer's Restraint Claims Against Contractor and Union Are Revived
February 27
Former REI Director Disabled in Accident On Employer's Bike Loses Disability Bias Trial
February 27
Arkansas Governor Lets Bill Become Law Barring Expanded Local Anti-Bias Ordinances
February 27
Fifth Circuit Judges Oppose Majority Accepting More Lenient Title VII Standard
February 27
Nursing Profession Shortage Projected In Five Years, as Older Population Grows
February 27
Bill to Block Immigration Programs Stalls, Debate Delays Homeland Security Funding
February 27
House Judiciary Committee Members Wrangle Over DACA, DAPA Programs' Constitutionality
February 27
House Republicans Introduce Mandatory E-Verify Bill
February 27
ILAB Report Questions Effectiveness Of Honduran Enforcement of Labor Laws
February 27
NLRB Issues Memo on Immigration Status Issues
February 27
NLRB Names New Regional Director in Pittsburgh
February 27
Virginia Legislators OK Limits on Access To Social Media Accounts by Employers
February 27
Safety Inspection Exemption List for 2015 Issued by OSHA; About 600 Sectors Covered
February 27
Court Denies Injunction Against Italian Case Involving Nike Stock Award Agreements
February 27
D.C. ‘Wage Theft’ Bill Clears Review, Becomes Law
February 27
WHD Exposed $240 Million in Unpaid Back Wages
February 27
EEOC General Counsel Describes Agency's Enforcement Priorities and Litigation Trends
February 27
DOL Anticipating Supreme Court Decision On Rulemaking, Second Circuit Intern Rulings
February 27
Fourth-Quarter GDP Expanded Less Than Previously Estimated, Data Show
February 27
No Supreme Court Review of Decision Affirming Cut to Retiree Health Benefits
February 23
Justices Won't Review Ruling That FAAAA Doesn't Preempt UCL Misclassification Claim
February 23
High Court Declines to Review Award of Fees To Employer Under Florida Whistle-Blower Act
February 23
Politicians to Be Judged on Commitment To Raising Wages, Trumka Says at Meeting
February 23
Hotel Managers' Alleged Ageist Comments Heat Up Fired Chef's Bias, Retaliation Claims
February 23
IBEW, CWA Members Ratify Contracts With FairPoint, Ending Four-Month Strike
February 23
D.C. Cir. Backs PBGC Denial of Shutdown Benefits, Finds No Anti-Cutback Violations
February 23
Obama Backs Tougher Rules for Brokers As Fiduciary Rule Re-Proposal Heads to OMB
February 23
DOL Releases Rule Giving FMLA Rights To Workers in Legal Same-Sex Marriages
February 23
Administration Files Expedited Motion to Stay Injunction Barring Deferred Action Programs
February 23
Arizona Appealing Injunction Requiring State To Issue Driver's Licenses to DACA Recipients
February 23
DHS Funding Bill Falls in Senate Again
February 23
H-2A Maximum Meal Charges for 2015 Up From 2014, Travel Subsistence Same
February 23
EPI Says Hourly Pay Fell or Stagnated In 2014 for All but Lowest-Paid Workers
February 23
Laws Biased Against Women Thwart Countries’ Economies, IMF Study Finds
February 23
Martinez Leaves ODEP to Lead Wells Fargo Team
February 23
West Coast Ports, Longshore Union Reach Deal on Five-Year Contract, Avert Shutdown
February 23
Shell-Oil Union Talks Set to Resume Feb. 25 Over Growing Work Stoppages
February 23
Discharged Black Prosecutor Gets Trial On Race Bias Claims, Eighth Circuit Affirms
February 23
Facebook Shuttle Bus Drivers in California Unanimously Ratify Their First Labor Contract
February 23
Supreme Court Denies Review in 17 Labor, Employment Cases Feb. 23, 2015
February 23
Conference Calendar
February 23
Proposed Labor and Employment Legislation—114th Congress
February 23
Daimler Trucks to Pay $2.4 Million to Settle Racial Harassment Charges at Oregon Plant
February 2
CarMax Must Face Employees' PAGA Claims, But Class Suits Go to Arbitration, Court Rules
February 2
Ford to Promote 55 Workers to Tier One After Exceeding Entry-Level Hiring Cap
February 2
Financial Lobbyists Fall Short on Bid To Halt Advancement of DOL's Fiduciary Rule
February 2
California Court Certifies Overtime Action Potentially Covering 140 Contract Workers
February 2
Physicians at Howard University Hospital Select SEIU as Bargaining Representative
February 2
Manufacturing Expanded in January At Slowest Pace in a Year, ISM Says
February 2
Oil Workers at Nine U.S. Plants Walk Out Over Lack of New Contract
February 2
BLET Members Ratify Norfolk Southern Pact With 15 Percent Wage Hike Over Five Years
February 2
Meatpacker Gets Some Individual Claims Cut From EEOC's Bias Case for Muslim Employees
February 2
Teamsters Official Calls on Bay Area CEOs To Support Shuttle Drivers' Right to Election
February 2
Overtime-Exempt Employees Won't Be Paid For Additional Hours After Superstorm Sandy
February 2
EEOC Would Receive $373.1M in FY 2016 To Advance Goals Under Enforcement Plan
February 2
More Timely Job Openings Report Proposed In $632.7 Million Budget Request for BLS
February 2
Obama Looks to Bolster Wages, Job Activity Via Infrastructure, Working Family Proposals
February 2
Federal Workers Would Receive 1.3 Percent Pay Increase Next January Under Obama Plan
February 2
Proposed FY 2016 DHS Budget Includes $119.6 Million for E-Verify, More ICE Funding
February 2
DOL's $13.2 Billion FY 2016 Budget Request Would Promote Apprenticeships, Paid Leave
February 2
Obama Seeks $3.8 Million More for NLRB, $3 Million FMCS Boost, No Change for NMB
February 2
OFCCP Would Receive About $113.7 Million To Target Pay Gap, Improve Database System
February 2
Obama Budget Would Give PBGC Authority To Set Rates, EBSA Funds for State Programs
February 2
Obama FY 2016 Budget Aims to Increase Retirement Savings, Preserve Social Security
February 2
Obama Calls for 7 Percent OSHA Budget Increase, Raising Spending to $592 Million
February 2
Consumer Spending Fell in December By 0.3 Percent, Biggest Drop in Five Years
February 2