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Labor & Employment Law Resource Center

Bloomberg BNA's Labor & Employment Law Resource Center is the cutting-edge online platform that integrates exclusive legal analysis and practice tools from the nation’s leading labor and employment law experts together with Bloomberg BNA’s renowned news coverage and comprehensive primary source information.

The Resource Center provides practitioners with the authoritative resource for finding solutions and developing strategies to address the ever-evolving issues in labor and employment law. With the Resource Center, you will have access to timely and reliable information and insights on disabilities law; labor relations; discrimination; wages, hours, and leave; occupational safety; and more.

Get up-to-date news and expert analysis from respected practitioners and Bloomberg BNA's expert legal editors, and access practical, time-saving research tools — including our exclusive Arbitration Award NavigatorSM, FLSA Litigation Tracker, and Employment Discrimination Verdicts & Settlements Navigator — on one comprehensive, searchable platform.

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Stay on top of the issues and outcomes that matter most to your work with Daily Labor Report® and other sources of industry-leading news. Our extensive network of reporters and correspondents helps you understand the implications of today’s developments in labor and employment law.


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Find unique solutions to your challenging research problems with in-depth, results-oriented guidance from Bloomberg BNA’s experienced team of legal editors, and BNA Insights from renowned experts in the field. The Resource Center also features detailed Manuals, and access to dozens of well-respected treatises published in conjunction with the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law. Titles include Elkouri and Elkouri: How Arbitration Works and Covenants Not to Compete: A State-by-State Survey.

 

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Access more than 57,000 arbitration awards. Filter through more than 26,000 of those awards dating back to 1990 with our Arbitration Award Navigator, using 12 custom filters including Arbitrator, State, Topic and more. Or, search the entire collection, dating  back to 1946, via our Advanced Search options.

 

 


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Practice Tools
  • Arbitration Decisions by Contract Term
  • Arbitration Award Navigator
  • Checklists & HR Policy Handbook
  • Compare Tool
  • Contract Clauses by Union/Topic/Classification Outline Number
  • Directory of Arbitrators
  • DOL Opinion Letters Search Tool
  • FLSA Litigation Tracker™
  • Indexes and Finding Aids
  • News Monitors
  • NLRB New Filing Finder
  • State Law Chart Builder
  • Verdicts & Settlements Navigator
  • Wage Settlement Search Tool
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  • The Developing Labor Law
  • Employment Discrimination Law
  • International Labor & Employment Laws
  • Elkouri & Elkouri: How Arbitration Works
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Access full-text decisions of the most significant labor and employment cases. You can find a case by citation, keyword, or by using our Headnote Finder. You’ll also be able to search or browse federal and state statutes, regulations, and agency documents.

  • Disabilities (ADA) cases
  • Discrimination (FEP) cases
  • Individual employment rights (IER) cases
  • Labor and employment Code of Federal Regulations provisions
  • Labor and employment federal and state primary-source materials
  • Labor and employment state laws
  • Labor and employment U.S. Code provisions
  • Labor arbitration decisions
  • Labor cases and NLRB decisions
  • Wages, hours, and leave cases

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  • Affirmative action/diversity
  • Age bias and compulsory retirement
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Arbitration awards
  • Background checks
  • Collective bargaining
  • Contract negotiation and enforcement
  • Drug and alcohol testing
  • Employment-at-will
  • Employment testing
  • Fair employment practices
  • Family and medical leave
  • Handling grievances
  • Hiring
  • Hours of work
  • Independent contractors
  • Individual employment rights
  • Jurisdiction and procedure
  • Labor arbitration
  • Labor-management relations
  • Layoffs and shutdowns
  • Leave rights
  • Minimum wage
  • Overtime pay
  • Pay equity
  • Political activities
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Privacy
  • Right to information
  • Safety and health
  • Sexual harassment
  • Smoking in the workplace
  • Social Media
  • Strikes and slowdowns
  • Temporary and leased workers
  • Termination
  • Union organizing
  • Wages and hours

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D.C. Circuit Vacates NLRB Order Against Venetian Casino
July 10
Delta Pilots Reject Labor Deal Nearly 2-1
July 10
Teamsters Sue Republic Over Unbargained Pay Changes
July 10
Canada's Unemployment Rate Holds Steady in June
July 10
Stable Has Too Few Employees for ADA Exposure
July 10
Fired Windstream Technician Lacks Age Bias, Sex Claims
July 10
South Carolina Race-Based Pay Claim to Be Reconsidered
July 10
Many Employers Keeping Domestic Partner Benefits
July 10
Gay Marriage, Health Law Rulings Affect Benefits Plans
July 10
OPM Director Archuleta Resigns After Data Breach
July 10
Axing Firefighter for E-Mail to Media Not Unlawful
July 10
‘Disingenuous’ Work Permits Questioned in Immigration Case
July 10
Administration Says More Three-Year DACA Permits Sent
July 10
DACA Recipients Report Better Job Opportunities
July 10
Anheuser-Busch Loses Battle in Pension Lawsuit
July 10
Section 1981 Allows Stand-Alone Retaliation Claim
July 10
Confined Spaces Compliance Deadline Extended
July 10
DuPont Named Severe Violator, Fined $273,000
July 10
D.C. Cir. Reverses NLRB on ‘Inmate' T-Shirts at AT&T
July 10
DOL Issues USERRA Report for FY 2014 to Congress
July 10
SEIU: ‘Justice for Janitors' Shows Power of Vulnerable
July 10
Proposed Labor and Employment Legislation—114th Congress
July 10
EEOC's Proposed ADA Wellness Plan Rule Elicits Critical Comments From All Sides
June 26
Now That All May Marry, Some Big Employers Cutting Domestic Partners' Health Coverage
June 26
UAW, Columbia Dispute Bargaining Rights Of RAs/TAs, Set Up Possible Brown Reversal
June 26
Court Conditionally Certifies Buffet Servers' FLSA Tip-Credit and Minimum Wage Action
June 26
Obama to Nominate Cohen as MSPB Member
June 26
Massachusetts, Union Set Mutual Goal To Hike Attendant Rate to $15 by 2018
June 26
Data Show Relatively Low Enforcement Of Immigration Law at Work Sites, CRS Says
June 26
Senate Panel OKs New Program to Track Productivity at U.S. Ports During Labor Talks
June 26
Bill to Hike Pay for Tipped Workers Heads to Desk of Rhode Island Governor
June 26
Caterer Isn't Entitled to Overtime Dough Because She Supervised Cooks, Court Rules
June 26
EEOC Revises Pregnancy Bias Guidance To Reflect Supreme Court Ruling in Young
June 26
Delaware Lawmakers Send Social Media Password Privacy Measure to Governor
June 26
To Safeguard Sensitive Plan Information Consultant Says Protect, Detect and Respond
June 26
Texas Railroad Commission Revises Gun Policy
June 26
Female Boeing Engineer Fails to Show Bias In Pay, Assignments, Discharge, Judge Rules
June 26
Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Will Simplify Plan Administration, Raise Questions
June 26
IATSE Local Committed ULP by Not Providing Hiring Hall Information to Member, ALJ Says
June 26
NLRB 2-1 Rejects Supervisory Status Claim; Dissent Claims Board Is Changing Standard
June 26
Roundup of Recent WHD Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
June 26
Lawyers Discuss Nuances of Accommodating Employees With Mental Health Impairments
June 26
Justices' Ruling in Nonemployment Case May Impact Employee Rights, Professor Says
June 26
Black Female Worker Whose Patient Touched Her ‘Crotch Area' Lacks Harassment Claim
June 25
Senate Committee Approves Labor-HHS Bill, Including Agency Funding Cuts, Policy Riders
June 25
Canadian Average Earnings and Employment Increase Marginally in April, Agency Reports
June 25
NAACP Sues Employers for Posting Ads Barring Applicants With Criminal Records
June 25
OPM Says 18 Million Social Security Numbers May Have Been Held in Breached System
June 25
King v. Burwell Upholds Status Quo But Employers Still Seeking Changes
June 25
U.S. Must Increase Use of Apprenticeships, Collection of Workforce Data, Panelists Say
June 25
Democrats in Both Chambers Offering July LGBT Bill Covering Transgender Bias
June 25
Former GM Employees Can't Claim Pensions Until Leaving Successor Company, Court Says
June 25
Enforcement Policy Covers Patient Handling, Other Elements in Health-Care Inspections
June 25
House Passes TAA With Bipartisan Support, Sending Complete Trade Package to Obama
June 25
NLRB Reconsiders and Rejects 2012 Ruling On Discharge for Dishonesty in Investigation
June 25
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
June 25
Consumer Spending Jumped in May By 0.9 Percent, Most in Almost Six Years
June 25
Jobless Claims Stayed Below 300,000 Last Week for 16th Week, Figures Show
June 25
Politics in the Private-Sector Workplace: Coexistence or Collision?
June 25
2nd Circuit Rules Alleged Racist Remarks Of Principal Sufficient to Revive Bias Claims
June 24
House Panel Approves Labor-HHS Measure, Despite Concerns Over Funding Cuts, Riders
June 24
NLRB Region Will Count Housekeepers' Votes, Finding No Religious Role at Catholic School
June 24
Involuntary Part-Time Workers Less Happy Than Voluntary Counterparts, Survey Finds
June 24
Judge Finds Employee's E-Mails May Be Sufficient to Put Employer on FMLA Notice
June 24
Bonus Restrictions, Federal Hiring Measures Approved by Senate Homeland Security Panel
June 24
Jury Awards $2.3 Million Under GINA To Atlas Workers Forced to Provide Saliva
June 24
Uber Litigation Spotlights Challenge: When Are Workers Considered Employees?
June 24
Bill Limiting Class Actions Passes Committee; House Throws Bone to Civil Rights Plaintiffs
June 24
Tentative Pact Between GE, Unions Includes Wage Bumps, Higher Health-Care Premiums
June 24
USW Members at Marathon Refinery In Texas Ratify Pact, Ending Last Oil Strike
June 24
Families Would Be Biggest Beneficiaries Of Expanded Overtime Rule, EPI Report Says
June 24
IKEA Raising Its U.S. Minimum Wage To $11.87 in Move to Retain Workforce
June 24
EEOC, Zoria Farms Settle for $330,000 Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Claims
June 24
Senate Passes Pair of Trade Measures, Sending ‘Fast Track' Bill to White House
June 24
$8.7 Million Deal Ok'd to Settle Temps' Wage Claims, but Attorneys' Fees Lowered
June 24
Men Spend 8 Hours 26 Minutes Per Day At Full-Time Job, Women 37 Minutes Less
June 24
U.S. Consumers Helped GDP Shrink Less In First Quarter Than Previously Reported
June 24
Conference Calendar
June 24
Court Revives FMLA Claims of Employee Fired for Absences After Leave Request
June 23
Senate Subcommittee Clears Spending Bill With Policy Riders, DOL, NLRB Budget Cuts
June 23
UAW Talks With Ford, FCA, GM Seen Yielding Flatter Wage Structure and Benefit Changes
June 23
CWA, IBEW and Verizon Start Negotiating Contracts Covering About 38,000 Workers
June 23
Perez Says DOL Intent on Fiduciary Rules That Are Simple, Enforceable, Unburdensome
June 23
OPM Still Not Saying How Many Affected In Second Data Breach; CNN Says 18 Million
June 23
State Department Issues ‘Travel Letters' In Effort to Get Farmworkers Over Border
June 23
Second Senate Bill Targets Work Slowdowns At Ports by Defining as Unfair Labor Practice
June 23
DOL Urges 4th Cir. to Undo Top-Hat Ruling, Says Marriott Plan Included Non-Managers
June 23
PBGC Partition Rules Give Clear Guidance, Will Help Preserve Plans, Commenters Say
June 23
5th Cir. Revives Retaliation Claims of County Contractors Critical of Alcohol Testing Vans
June 23
Black Worker Discharged After Race Bias Complaint Stated Plausible Retaliation Claims
June 23
Train Conductor Fired After Reporting Injury Wins Reinstatement, Back Wages, Punitives
June 23
Lumber Mill Faces $87,120 in Fines After Worker Fatality Prompts Inspection
June 23
Municipal Government Oversight of Recycling Plants Will Improve Safety, Report Says
June 23
Roofer Pleads Not Guilty to Fatality, Lying to OSHA
June 23
As Senate Advances ‘Fast Track' Trade Bill, McConnell Guarantees TAA Program Renewal
June 23
NLRB 2-1 Says Wildcat Strike Was Protected, Unauthorized Action Didn't Undermine Union
June 23
Arkansas High Court Certifies Class Action Against State Department of Veterans Affairs
June 23
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
June 23
8th Cir. Gives NLRB Ruling Mixed Review; Firings Illegal but Alleged ‘Coercion' Wasn't
June 22
Justices Won't Review Federal Employee's Bid to Revive Bias Suit Ruled Untimely Filed
June 22
DOL Joins the Chorus Asking Ninth Circuit To Rehear ERISA ‘In Trust' Requirement Case
June 22
Gulf Coast Staffing Firms to Pay $3.5 Million To Settle Allegations About FLSA Violations
June 22
Panel Debates EEOC Wellness Plan Rule, As Need for Financial Incentives Still Unclear
June 22
Service Workers, Assistants at Two Hospitals In Connecticut Reject Representation by AFT
June 22
More Screenings Mean Much Longer Process To Hire Employees, Glassdoor.com Reports
June 22
General Electric Reaches Tentative Pacts With Unions for 9,780 Employees Nationwide
June 22
Rhode Island Governor Signs Minimum Wage Hike
June 22
Court Rejects TWU's Suit Claiming Airline Retaliated Against Safety-Minded Mechanics
June 22
Online University Can't Nix Retaliation Claims By Worker Who Had Uterine Fibroid Surgery
June 22
Agency Adjusts Response as Employers Comply With New Injury Reporting Rule
June 22
Fatal Explosion Due to Open-Flame Heater At Drilling Rig Site Leads to $221,200 Fine
June 22
Puerto Rican Airport Workers Reject SEIU, Amid Charges of Employer Threats
June 22
Iowa Court Rules Corrections Department Was Justified in Banning Union Buttons
June 22
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
June 22
Proposed WIOA Rules Will Improve Program Coordination, Youth Services, Comments Say
June 22
B-1 Business Visa Holders Should Be Wary Of Impermissible Employment, Speakers Say
June 22
Practitioners Provide Tips on Proving Exemption From Annual H-1B Visa Cap
June 22
Supreme Court Denies Review in Seven Labor, Employment Cases June 22, 2015
June 22
Court Revives Transgender Worker's Claims Versus Union Despite Lack of EEOC Charge
June 19
Court Enforces Arbitration Award Favoring Flight Attendant Domestic Partner Benefits
June 19
House, Senate to Mark Up Labor-HHS Funding Bills
June 19
Lack of Federal Funding Doesn't Shield Kansas Subunit From Rehabilitation Act Suit
June 19
Fired FedEx Driver Can Show Discrimination But Not Retaliation, District Court Rules
June 19
Bank Worker Fired While on Maternity Leave Has Viable FMLA Claims, Judge Rules
June 19
House Passes Federal Retirement Bill With Trade Promotion Language Attached
June 19
4th Cir. OKs Trial for Cops Fired After Alleging Corruption, Racism
June 19
NYSNA Reaches Tentative Agreement With Three Major New York City Hospitals
June 19
Migrant Farmworkers Stranded at Border As Computer Glitch Bars Entry Into U.S.
June 19
Canadian Contracts in April Showed 1.7 Percent Average Wage Growth
June 19
‘Perceived as Muslim' Bell Telephone Worker To Get Trial on Religious Bias, Related Claims
June 19
Replace ‘Hodgepodge' Retirement System With Single, Portable Accounts, Author Says
June 19
New York Legislature Approves Bill To Crack Down on Nail Salon Industry
June 19
After Doubts, Economists Conclude China Trade Kills U.S. Factory Jobs
June 19
Conflict of Interest Rule Violated Labor Law; NLRB Cites Apparent Curb on Worker Rights
June 19
Irregular Schedules Place Burden On Service Workers in D.C., Survey Finds
June 19
Process for Passing Senate Immigration Bill Worked Well, Provides Insights, Speakers Say
June 19
Jobs Climbed in 37 States in May, Led by California, New York, Texas
June 19
NLRB's Weekly Summary of Cases, Dated June 8-12, 2015
June 19
Employee Need Not Plead Prima Facie Case To Avoid Dismissal of Her Bias Complaint
June 18
Manager's Possible ‘Determinative Influence' In Firing Supports Worker's Age Bias Claim
June 18
On Cusp of Big Three Auto Negotiations, UAW Chief Hopes to Restore Patterned Talks
June 18
FairPoint Workers Represented by CWA, IBEW Picket in Maine to Oppose Layoffs
June 18
Proposed Fee on Low-Paying Employers Gains Support With Message, Backers Say
June 18
Employees Mostly Secure at Work, but Still Concerned About Attacks, Hacking, Weather
June 18
Senate Measure Would Allow Agencies To Share Lists of Qualified Job Candidates
June 18
Sullivan Named Director of FLRA's Denver Office
June 18
Female Doctors' Retaliation Charges OK'd, But Sex Bias Claims Ruled Untimely
June 18
‘Summer of Action' Staged by UNITE HERE Local 54 Against Billionaire Investor Icahn
June 18
Kill Cadillac Tax, Change Mandate, Employer Group Urges Congress
June 18
Bill Would Repeal Benefit Cutback Provisions In 2014 Multiemployer Pension Plan Law
June 18
House Judiciary Committee Approves Bill On State Income Taxes for Mobile Workers
June 18
House Passes New ‘Fast Track' Trade Bill, Leaves Worker Assistance Program in Limbo
June 18
Coalition of New Jersey Transit Unions Announces Intent to Invoke Emergency Board
June 18
Firing Worker for Facebook Post Was Illegal; Hotel Based Action on Invalid Disloyalty Rule
June 18
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
June 18
Focus Is on Administration, Not Congress As Immigration Executive Action Unfolds
June 18
White House Official Gets Heat on Detention, Says Advocates Need to Develop Alternatives
June 18
Real Average Weekly Pay Unchanged In May Despite Increase in Cost of Living
June 18
Core Consumer Price Index Increased Less Than Forecast in May, Data Show
June 18
Unemployment Claims Fall, Showing Continued Labor Market Momentum
June 18
EEOC Ponders Ways to Curb Retaliation Against Workers Who Pursue Bias Claims
June 17
House Subcommittee Clears Spending Bill With Labor Policy Riders, Sharp NLRB Cut
June 17
Labor Secretary Says Fiduciary Rule Needed To Fix ‘Flawed' Financial Advice Industry
June 17
Upcoming Spokeo Decision Could Have Big Effect on ERISA Litigation, Attorneys Say
June 17
Most Border Patrol Agents Would Work 100-Hour Schedules Under OPM Rule
June 17
Nominate Investor Advocates to SEC, Consumer, Labor Groups Tell White House
June 17
No Free Speech Protection for Cop Who Called Protester Fat Cow, 7th Cir. Rules
June 17
ICE Director Attacked From Both Sides On Agency's Immigration Enforcement Efforts
June 17
Uber Appeals California Labor Commissioner Ruling That Former Driver Was Employee
June 17
OFCCP Alleges Harassment, Hiring, Pay Bias Against Construction Staffing Subcontractor
June 17
Feinberg Appointed to Review Applications For Multiemployer Pension Plan Benefit Cuts
June 17
Troubled Multiemployer Plans Addressed In Rules on Benefit Suspensions, Partitions
June 17
Republicans Float Pregnancy Bias Measure To Clarify Workers' Accommodations Rights
June 17
Sony Loses Bid to Dismiss Suit Over ‘Nightmare’ Data Breach
June 17
Charge Filing Differs Under Title VII, ADEA, Court Says, Nixing Worker's Race Bias Claim
June 17
Auto Part Plant Cited for Veteran Worker's Death
June 17
Labor, Industry Agree on Need for Improved Tower Safety, Differ on Need for Rulemaking
June 17
New Reporting Rule, Nail Guns, Cell Towers Among Updates From OSHA Official
June 17
Boston Airport Service Employees Hold One-Day Strike to Protest Alleged ULPs
June 17
North Carolina Lawmakers Override Veto Of Magistrate Marriage Recusal Measure
June 17
Contractor, Subcontractor for Job Corps Jointly Liable for ULPs, NLRB Judge Says
June 17
Labor Board Rules 2-1 Wage Hikes Illegally Excluded Newly Union-Represented Workers
June 17
2014 Law Preserves Whistle-Blower Claim Regarding ‘Non-Enforcement' of Safety Laws
June 17
More Focus on Fathers Crucial in Push For Family-Friendly Policies, New Report Says
June 17
2015 Contracts Reflect Average Wage Hike Of 2.7 Percent for First Year, Analysis Shows
June 17
Further Improvement in Wage Gains Likely By End of Year, Second-Quarter WTI Shows
June 17
Major Collective Bargaining Settlements Reported to Date in 2015
June 17
Former State Worker's ADA Claim Barred By Sovereign Immunity, 10th Cir. Affirms
June 16
House Panel to Consider Labor Funding Bill Featuring Sharp NLRB Cut, Restrictive Riders
June 16
Child Labor, Limited Access to Education Continue to Pose Global Challenges, ILO Says
June 16
4th Cir. Says ADA Title II Doesn't Cover Public Employers but Allows Trial for Blind Worker
June 16
DOL Recruiting ERISA Advisory Council Candidates
June 16
DOL Sets Dates for Fiduciary Rule Hearing, Extends Comment Deadline to July 21
June 16
NLRB Grants Seattle University Review; Adjunct Representation Case to Be Reopened
June 16
Fired Accounting Manager With Knee Injury Has Viable FMLA Claims, 11th Cir. Decides
June 16
Official Reprimanded After Student Incident Lacks FMLA, ADA Claims, 4th Cir. Decides
June 16
OPM Was Warned for Years of Shortcomings In Area of Data Security, House Panel Told
June 16
Shuster Says House FAA Reauthorization Bill Will Propose Shedding Air Traffic Control
June 16
H-2B Wage Rule Back in Federal Court As Worker Advocates Claim APA Violations
June 16
USCIS Again Announces H-2B Cap Reached For Second Half of FY 2015 After Reopening
June 16
Commission Votes to Increase Airport Workers' Minimum Wage to $10 Per Hour
June 16
Hotel Industry Groups Renew Bid to Block $15.37 Minimum Wage Law in Los Angeles
June 16
House Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Bill To Block NLRB Coverage of Tribal Businesses
June 16
Proposed NMB Election Procedure Changes Include Mandate for Accurate Worker Lists
June 16
Strategic Campaigning Now More Common in Collective Bargaining, Organizing, Panel Says
June 16
New Jersey Man Pleads Guilty to Selling OSHA ‘30 Hour Cards' to Untrained Workers
June 16
OSHA, ASSE Renew Alliance for Five Years
June 16
Public Too Tolerant of Workplace Deaths, Injuries, OSHA Administrator Michaels Says
June 16
House Buys More Time on Trade Debate
June 16
Court Preliminarily OKs $2.9 Million Deal To Settle Payless Store Managers' Wage Suit
June 16
Worker Outreach Critical to Enforcement, Understanding Industries, WHD's Weil Says
June 16
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
June 16
Supreme Court Docket Watch: List of Granted Labor and Employment Law Cases Pending During 2014-2015 Term
June 16
7th Cir. Says ADA Title II Doesn't Cover Public Employers but Allows Trial for Blind Worker
June 16
OPM Has Warned for Years of Shortcomings In Area of Data Security, House Panel Told
June 16
Justices to Consider Tribal Court Jurisdiction; Fifth Circuit Allowed Lawsuit Against Retailer
June 15
Justices Decline to Review Challenge To OFCCP's Section 503 Disability Rules
June 15
High Court Won't Review Class Question In Allstate Workers' California Overtime Case
June 15
USW Members at Century Aluminum Vote To Ratify Contract, End Month-Long Lockout
June 15
UAW Set to Begin Contract Talks With Three U.S. Automakers in July
June 15
City Didn't Show Driving Bus Was Essential To Mechanic's Helper Position, 7th Cir. Says
June 15
Worker Legally Fired for Using Marijuana While Off Duty, Colorado High Court Says
June 15
Breach of Employee Data Wider Than Initial Report, U.S. Says
June 15
Analysis Shows Deferred Action's Benefit On Three-Year Anniversary of DACA Program
June 15
Farm Owners Liable for Hiring H-2A Workers Over Experienced U.S. Worker, OCAHO Finds
June 15
Reducing Income Inequality Boosts Growth, IMF Finds in Rejecting ‘Trickle Down' Theory
June 15
FedEx Agrees to $228 Million Settlement of California Drivers' Misclassification Claims
June 15
Federal Drought Relief to Include Job Training
June 15
Factory Output Unexpectedly Declined In May, as Energy Production Dropped
June 15
Kentucky Governor's Executive Order Hikes Hourly Wages for Some State Workers
June 15
Pension Overpayments Raise Tough Questions About How to Recoup Losses, Attorneys Say
June 15
California, Farm Workers Settle Heat Safety Lawsuits, Formulate Enforcement Agreement
June 15
Oregon Poised to Be Fourth State With Paid Sick Leave Requirement
June 15
Texas's New Open Carry Laws Could Allow Employees to Have Visible Guns at Work
June 15
FairPoint Workers in Maine Involved in Strike Eligible for UI Benefits, Hearing Officer Rules
June 15
EEOC Harassment Task Force's Meeting Looks at Data, Potential Keys to Prevention
June 15
Supreme Court Denies Review in Four Labor, Employment Cases June 15, 2015
June 15
State Didn't Violate Title VII by Barring Men In Certain Female-Prison Jobs, 9th Cir. Rules
June 12
Worker Fired for Being ‘Self-Oriented' Didn't Establish Age Bias Claim, Eighth Circuit Says
June 12
Faurecia, UAW Reach Last-Minute Deal To Prevent Strike Planned at Ford Supplier
June 12
EEOC, United Resolve for $1 Million Claims Over Reassignment as ADA Accommodation
June 12
Duquesne Adjuncts Allowed to Unionize; NLRB's Pacific Lutheran Test Applied Again
June 12
UAW Petitions to Represent Barnard Contingents
June 12
Atlanta Public Defenders Entitled to Same Pay as Lawyers in County Attorney's Office
June 12
White House Weighs Responses As Scope of Federal Hack Widens
June 12
Wage Theft Budget Riders Face Hurdle, As Republicans Scrutinize ‘Fair Pay' Order
June 12
Federal Government Finalizes Changes For ACA Summary of Benefits and Coverage
June 12
DOL Investigating Outsourcers Infosys, Tata For Possible Violations of H-1B Visa Program
June 12
Rhode Island Legislature Passes Bill To Raise Minimum Wage to $9.60 Per Hour
June 12
Guild Members ‘Nearly Unanimously' Ratify Two-Year Contract With Washington Post
June 12
Roofer Faces Criminal Charges for Not Providing Fall Protection, Lying to Inspectors
June 12
West Virginia Justices Trim $500,000 Off Workers' $1 Million Sex Harassment Award
June 12
Trade Measures Hit Roadblock in House, As Members Vote Down Worker Benefits Bill
June 12
D.C. Circuit Backs NLRB on Work Stoppage; Board Clarified Analysis After Court Remand
June 12
NLRB Files Section 10(j) Petitions Against El Super for Workers in Arizona, California
June 12
NLRB Judge Orders Nursing Home to Bargain After It Banned Communication With Union
June 12
First Circuit Again Finds Skycaps' State Tort, Tip Claims Preempted by Federal Law
June 12
NLRB's Weekly Summary of Cases, Dated Week of June 1-5, 2015
June 12
Complaints About City's Use of Temp Workers Not Protected Speech, Ninth Circuit Affirms
June 11
ALPA Accord With Delta Would Boost Wages for Pilots 20 Percent by 2018
June 11
Burger King Must Show Actual Notice Of Policy to Force Worker to Arbitrate
June 11
City Must Prove Its System for Promoting Firefighters Doesn't Exclude Black Applicants
June 11
Senate Appropriations Panel Clears Bill Funding EEOC at $364.5 Million for FY 2016
June 11
Claim That Company Used Immigration Status To Retaliate for FLSA Lawsuit Goes Forward
June 11
Good Laws for Federal Whistle-Blowers Only Half the Battle, Senate Panel Told
June 11
Resident Doctors Represented by CIR/SEIU Ratify First Contract at Elmhurst Hospital
June 11
DOL Answers Frequently Asked Questions On New H-2B Recruitment Requirements
June 11
ILAB Will Give ILO $10 Million to Fight Forced Labor
June 11
NLRB Signs Cooperation Agreement With Colombia
June 11
New Nevada Law Facilitates Reopening Of Public Employee Collective Bargaining
June 11
Embarq Corp. Wins Long-Running Lawsuit Over Retiree Health, Life Insurance Benefits
June 11
Trade Bills Face Late Obstacle In House, As Democrats Raise Question of TAA Funding
June 11
NLRB Regional Director Dismisses IAM's Unfair Practices Charge Against Boeing
June 11
WHD Inspectors Pressure Employers to Settle Cases Too Quickly, Witness Tells House Panel
June 11
Nurse Fired for Suspected Drug Diversion Lacks Whistle-Blower Claim, 1st Cir. Affirms
June 11
Sanders Pushes Mandatory Paid Vacation In Effort to Reclaim ‘Family Values' Torch
June 11
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
June 11
Jobless Claims Little Changed Last Week, Staying Below Key Threshold for 14th Week
June 11
NLRB Has Power Over Tribal-Owned Casino Hiring Mostly Non-Members, 6th Circuit Rules
June 10
Under House-Passed Bill, Grain Inspections Could Continue During Labor Rows, Strikes
June 10
USW, Century Aluminum Reach Pact That Would End Month-Old Lockout
June 10
AFL-CIO Urges New SEC Official to Disclose Any Departure Bonus He Got From Goldman
June 10
Judge Denies Arbitration in Drivers' Suits Against Uber Alleging Labor, Other Claims
June 10
New York City Council Approves Legislation On Car Washes, Worker Background Checks
June 10
Employment Growth Picked Up in May In All Major Regions, ADP Report Shows
June 10
One in Four Firms to Hire in Third Quarter, Maintaining Outlook Level, Manpower Shows
June 10
TSA Lacks Effective Process for Ensuring Work Authorization, DHS Audit Concludes
June 10
Seeking Needed ‘Strengths,' Microsoft Focuses on Hiring Workers With Autism
June 10
Grassley Slams Homeland Security OPT Plan, Urges Department to Scrap Program Instead
June 10
Texas Governor Signs E-Verify Law Requiring State Use of Federal System
June 10
Growth in ‘On-Demand' Workers Compounds Misclassification Challenges, EPI Paper Says
June 10
Farming Company Must Answer Claim It Owes Wages for Non-Harvest Periods
June 10
Los Angeles City Council OKs $15 Minimum Wage Plan; Mayor Expected to Sign Measure
June 10
Senate Indian Affairs Panel Clears Measure To Restrict NLRB Jurisdiction in Tribal Areas
June 10
New NLRB Rules, Modern Workplaces Make Virtual Organizing Ideal, Report Says
June 10
Amgen Persuades 9th Cir. to Delay Enforcement of Employer Stock Ruling
June 10
Seventh Circuit Nixes Sergeant's Bias Claims, Supports Revamped Summary Judgment Test
June 10
At Worker Safety Rally, Activists Tell Business Lobby to Stop Opposing Silica Proposal
June 10
DuPont Contests Fine to ‘Better Understand' Citations; Union Lambastes Company for Move
June 10
OSHA Clarifies Chemical Facility Rule, Part of Chemical Safety Group's Progress
June 10
House Panel Hears Witnesses Debate Expected Changes to FLSA Overtime Rule
June 10
Roundup of Recent WHD Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
June 10
CWA President Ends Convention With Call for ‘Independent Political Movement'
June 10
Full-Time Pay Increased 4.7 Percent Over 12 Months; Benefits Up 7.4 Percent
June 10
UPS Held Liable for Disability Bias But Not for $500,000 in Punitive Damages
May 20
California Court Strikes Down Mandatory Contracts Law for Agricultural Employers
May 20
Germanwings Pilot Suicide Prompts FAA To Review Fitness to Fly Testing
May 20
Joint Unions for American Airlines Workers Certified
May 20
Low-Wage Workers Older, More Educated Than in 1979, Without Commensurate Raise
May 20
EEOC Attorney: Agency Looking to Comments For Proposed Rule on Wellness Programs
May 20
House Panel Approves Spending Measure Funding EEOC at $364.5 Million for FY 2016
May 20
Workers Vote Against IBEW Representation At Electrolux Appliance Factory in Memphis
May 20
Triable Issues Preclude Ruling on Worker's FMLA and ADA Bias Claims, Court Decides
May 20
Federal Personnel System Needs Overhaul, Additional Flexibility, Witnesses Tell Panel
May 20
President Signs Border Patrol Pay Bill
May 20
Four Federal Agencies Agree to Improve Service to Workers From Asian Communities
May 20
Premium Processing of H-1B Extensions Suspended
May 20
USCIS Posts Information to Help H-4 Spouses Apply for Work Authorization Under New Rule
May 20
Boosting Wages, Jobs Increasingly Important As Tool for Cutting Poverty Rate, Study Finds
May 20
Los Angeles City Council Votes to Adopt Plan for $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage
May 20
Raising Minimum Wage in Local Jurisdictions Unlikely to ‘Kill Jobs,' CAP Analysis Suggests
May 20
NLRB Judge Resets McDonald's Hearing Date
May 20
Connecticut Enacts Worker E-Mail, Social Media Password Privacy Law
May 20
New York Reaches Out to Nail Salon Workers With Wage Fairness and Job Safety Campaign
May 20
TPP Won't Help Balance Relations Between China, U.S., AFL-CIO Report Says
May 20
Senate Commerce Committee Clears Bills On Port Credentialing, Trucker Drug Testing
May 20
ALJ Sees No Duty to Bargain on Discipline As NLRB Hasn't Reaffirmed Alan Ritchey
May 20
Judge Removes Illinois Governor From Public Sector Right-to-Work Suit
May 20
2015 Contracts Reflect Average Wage Hike Of 2.7 Percent for First Year, Analysis Shows
May 20
Major Collective Bargaining Settlements Reported to Date in 2015
May 20
NLRB's Weekly Summary of Cases, Dated May 11-15, 2015
May 20
EEOC Officials Respond to GOP Criticisms During Senate Committee Oversight Hearing
May 19
Airport Shuttle Driver Must Arbitrate His State Law Wage, Hour Claims, Court Rules
May 19
Diabetic Worker Fired for Sleeping On Job Loses Claim in Pre-ADAAA Case
May 19
EEOC May Try Challenge to ‘Honesty Policy' As Illegal Job Screening, Related ADA Claims
May 19
College's Efforts Against Predatory ‘Vanity Journals' Bar Professor's Bias Claims
May 19
IBM Workers Bring Class Action Alleging Company Artificially Inflated Stock Value
May 19
Congress Clears Border Patrol Pay Bill
May 19
House OKs Bill Requiring VA to Retain Reprimands
May 19
‘Conservative Immigration Plan' Includes Mandatory E-Verify, Guestworker Programs
May 19
ILO Report: Shrinking Steady Employment Fuels ‘Vicious Circle' of Slow Job Creation
May 19
Los Angeles City Council Votes To Increase Minimum Wage to $15
May 19
Striking Workers at Marathon Petroleum Galveston Bay Refinery Reject Contract
May 19
Making More Workers Eligible for Overtime Will Cut Hours, Bonuses, NRF Report Says
May 19
NLRB to Review Another Joint Employer Case And Board Precedent on Multiemployer Units
May 19
After Worker's Electrocution, Battery Maker Fined for Failure to Train and Provide PPE
May 19
Houses Passes Veteran Contracting Preference Bill
May 19
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
May 19
Higher Rate of Wage Growth to Continue, Preliminary Second-Quarter WTI Suggests
May 19
Supreme Court Docket Watch: List of Granted Labor and Employment Law Cases Pending During 2014-2015 Term
May 19
High Court Paves Way for 401(k) Litigation, Reverses Trend of Finding Lawsuits Untimely
May 18
USPS May Be Liable for Not Avoiding Confrontation With Carrier With PTSD
May 18
Narrow Classes Are Key Post-Wal-Mart, Fourth Circuit Discrimination Ruling Shows
May 18
DOL Extends Fiduciary Rule Comment Period In Response to Push by Groups, Lawmakers
May 18
Hollister Wins Long-Running Suit Challenging Company Stock Transaction, Per Ninth Circuit
May 18
Judge Extends Temporary Restraining Order In ESOP Dispute With Satellite TV Installer
May 18
32 Percent of Employers Report Shortages In Labor in 2015 Versus 40 Percent in 2014
May 18
Court OKs Tossing Social Worker's Lawsuit; No Viable Allegations Against Union or County
May 18
Boston Enacts Six-Week Paid Parental Leave Policy Covering City Employees
May 18
AFL-CIO Steadfast on Deferred Action Preparations Regardless of Legal Outcome
May 18
DOL Issues Final Version of Rules of Practice And Procedure for Administrative Hearings
May 18
Justices Won't Review If Punitive Damages Are Available to Seamen for Flawed Vessel
May 18
Black Employee Selected Multiple Times For Drug Tests Has Triable Race Bias Claim
May 18
Citing Common Interest Between Workers, Franchisees, SEIU Files Complaint With FTC
May 18
Leg Amputation Accident Draws $98,935 Fine
May 18
Senate Votes Down Trade Bill Amendment To Increase Funding for Displaced Workers
May 18
Warren Expands Criticism of Obama's Trade Agenda to Include Past Agreements
May 18
Employers May Give Preference To Veterans Under New Georgia Law
May 18
VA Nurses May Proceed With Class Claim For Unpaid Overtime Wages, Fed. Cir. Rules
May 18
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
May 18
Supreme Court Denies Review in Five Labor, Employment Cases May 18, 2015
May 18
U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Tibble v. Edison International
May 18
Election Rule Challenges Face Headwinds; Court Questions Early Lawsuits, Alternatives
May 15
NLRB Regional Director Declines to Issue ULP Complaint Against Sherwin Alumina
May 15
FairPoint Layoff Plan Affects 219 Workers Represented by CWA, IBEW in New England
May 15
Misclassified Exotic Dancers Failed to Show Willful Violation or Owner's Personal Liability
May 15
Fired EKG Technician With Migraines Fails To Show FMLA Interference, Retaliation
May 15
House Passes Bill to Restore Border Patrol Overtime
May 15
Relocations, Union Time, Work Schedules Dominate Impasses Schedule, Officials Say
May 15
Consultant Says EEO-1 Reports May Help Spot Illegal ‘Steering' by Federal Contractors
May 15
Model Employer Executive Order Support Broadens in Senate; 17 Democrats Sign On
May 15
Concerns About Cadillac Tax Growing, Employers Taking Action, ACA Survey Finds
May 15
Decision to Adopt Private Health Exchanges Depends on More Than Money, Panelists Say
May 15
Some Employers View Applicants' Lack of Online Presence as a Negative
May 15
Senator Asks Labor Department to Explain Its Retrospective Regulatory Review Activities
May 15
U.S. Factory Production Unchanged In April, as Strong Dollar Hurt Exports
May 15
Republicans Look to Appropriations Riders To Attack Joint Employer, Other Labor Issues
May 15
Benefit Suspension Guidance Needs Plan Participant Protections, Senators Say
May 15
Emergency Services Provider Can't Avoid Trial On EMT's Pregnancy Discrimination Act Claim
May 15
Orange County to Pay $10M to Settle Labor Dispute With Attorneys' Union
May 15
Asians Underrepresented in Executive Ranks At Silicon Valley Tech Giants, Study Asserts
May 15
DuPont Leak That Killed Four Draws $99,000 Fine for Training, Process Safety Failures
May 15
New York City Mayor Announces Measures To Address Working Conditions in Nail Salons
May 15
Chinese Daily Workers Ask Court to Approve Settlement of $7.8 Million in Overtime Pay
May 15
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
May 15
NLRB's Pearce and Griffin Field Questions About Joint Employers and Bargaining Units
May 14
600 Virgin America Pilots Begin Voting On Union, as Company Fights ALPA Bid
May 14
Signed Policy Manual Acknowledgment Form Waived Employee's Right to Resist Arbitration
May 14
Court OKs $90M Settlement With Boeing Involving Former Employees' ERISA Claims
May 14
Almost All Employers Give Paid Memorial Day Holiday, but Some Employees Need to Work
May 14
4 Percent of Home Health Workers Have at Least One Criminal Conviction
May 14
AAO Can't Reject Testimonial Evidence Supporting Religious Worker Visa, Court Says
May 14
USCIS Memo on L-1B Visas Troubling, AILA, American Immigration Council Say
May 14
Including LGBT in Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Is Good for Business, Speaker Says
May 14
As Pension Recoupment Grows, Advocates For Pensioners Offer Advice to Agencies
May 14
MetLife Executive Can't Get Pension Bump After $2.5M Arbitration Award, 2nd Cir. Rules
May 14
Michigan Senate Passes Legislation That Would Repeal Prevailing Wages
May 14
7th Cir. Finds One of Three Former DeVry Workers Has Viable Title VII Retaliation Claim
May 14
GM Excused From Paying $450 Million To Delphi Retirees, Sixth Circuit Decides
May 14
Bipartisan Bill Aims to Give Participants Projection of 401(k) as Monthly Income
May 14
Staffing Firm Resolves Two EEOC Lawsuits For $800,000 in Damages and Other Relief
May 14
Senate Advances Trade Negotiating Bill; Currency Manipulation Battle Continues
May 14
Senate Trade Measure Includes Assistance For Workers Affected by Competition Abroad
May 14
Pennsylvania Hospital Illegally Prevented Nurses From Picketing, NLRB Judge Finds
May 14
Illinois Governor's Right-To-Work Vision Fails to Win a Single Vote in House
May 14
Sixth Circuit Rejects Effort in Michigan To Sue State Over Child-Care Union Dues
May 14
OSHA Head Applauds Judge's Order That Bars Lear From Firing Workers
May 14
Work and Family Policies Falling Short For Many Female Employees, Speakers Say
May 14
Jobless Claims Declined Last Week, As Moving Average Hit 15-Year Low
May 14
Drivers Who ‘Rarely or Never' Crossed State Lines Exempt From FLSA, 3rd Cir. Affirms
May 13
CWA and AT&T Announce Tentative Contract for 17,500 Landline Workers
May 13
Facebook Boosts Minimum Wage, Benefits for Its Contract Workers
May 13
As Church Plan Debate Hits Next Level, 3rd Cir. Receives Competing Amicus Briefs
May 13
Lesley University Adjuncts Ratify Contract, With Wages Hikes, Job Security, SEIU Says
May 13
Webster University Adjuncts Say No To Union Representation, in SEIU Setback
May 13
Job Growth Slows in Southern States, As Energy Industry Cutbacks Continue
May 13
Oil Firm Ordered to Pay $3.7 Million In Back Overtime, Damages to Truck Drivers
May 13
Overtime for Border Patrol Would Continue Under Measure Approved by House Panel
May 13
DOL Officials Clarify New H-2B Wage Rule Allowance for Employer-Provided Surveys
May 13
CEOs Made 373 Times Average Worker Pay In 2014, Annual AFL-CIO Analysis Finds
May 13
Workers Ratify Contracts at BP Whiting, Other Oil Facilities Previously on Strike
May 13
House OKs Tax Breaks for Officers' Families, Penalty-Free Withdrawals for Early Retirees
May 13
Pond Cleaning Company Faces $223,454 In Fines for Hazards Leading to Diver's Death
May 13
5th Cir. Rules Professor Fired for Alleged Violent Remark Lacks Due Process Claim
May 13
Macy's Ordered to Revise Handbook; NLRB Judge Cites Impact on Employee Rights
May 13
Missouri Legislature Passes Right-to-Work Bill, But Governor Likely Will Veto It
May 13
BoA Subsidiary Misclassified Appraisers As Exempt From Overtime, Judge Rules
May 13
House Democrats Tout Economic Agenda To Enhance Conditions for Working Women
May 13
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
May 13
NLRB's Weekly Summary of Cases, Dated May 4-8, 2015
May 13
4th Cir. Rules 2-1 Black Nucor Workers May Proceed as Class on Race Bias Claims
May 12
USW's Rejection of Three Century Aluminum Proposals Spurs Lockout of 560 in Kentucky
May 12
Former Zambian Embassy Employee's Claims Revived Due to District Court Service Errors
May 12
Poll: Public's Satisfaction With Government Handling of Jobs, Economy Is Low but Rising
May 12
Companies Should Reveal HR Policies To Investors, Academic Researcher Says
May 12
New York Mayor, Progressive Caucus Unveil Legislative Agenda, Including Paid Leave
May 12
Worker on Oil Platforms Wasn't Seaman Covered by Jones Act, Fifth Circuit Holds
May 12
AFL-CIO, Congressional Democrats to Unveil Legislation Package to Overhaul Labor Law
May 12
Illinois Supreme Court's Pension Ruling Leaves Lawmakers With Few Options
May 12
Data Breaches Highlight ERISA Legal Peril Plans May Face Some Day, Attorneys Say
May 12
Amputation Inspection Leads to $822,000 Proposed Penalty for Air Duct Manufacturer
May 12
Dairy Co-Op Fined $193,200 for Violations Related to Entrapment Death in Grain Silo
May 12
ACLU Seeks Investigation of Hollywood, Alleging Discrimination Against Women
May 12
Pennsylvania, New Jersey Grappling With Local Sick Leave Requirements
May 12
Democrats Push Back on Labor in TPP, Seek Changes in Mexico, Malaysia, Vietnam
May 12
Democrats Thwart Trade Bill Test Vote, Demand Deal on Package of Measures
May 12
FedEx Freight Drivers in Illinois Reject Representation by Teamsters
May 12
NLRB Unit Clears Restaurant Franchiser, Says Not Joint Employer Under Any Legal Test
May 12
Number of NLRB Elections Held in 2014 Up Slightly Over Previous Year, Data Show
May 12
Job Openings Decreased in March, But Remained Close to 14-Year High
May 12
Disciplined White Officer Lacks Due Process, Retaliation Claims, Eighth Circuit Affirms
May 11
ERISA Preempts UPS Supervisor's Claims Based on Misrepresentations by Recruiters
May 11
Lawsuit Accuses Dave & Buster's of Cutting Workers' Hours to Deny Them Health Benefits
May 11
Millennials Now Outnumber Generation X In U.S. Labor Force, Pew Center Estimates
May 11
6th Cir. Says County Jail Officer With Anxiety Disorder Can Move to Trial on FMLA Claims
May 11
Obama Administration Clarifies Contraceptive Coverage Requirements in FAQs
May 11
Kansas City Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement With Second Group of EMTs in Overtime Case
May 11
Recent Guidance on Pension Recoupments Sparks New Questions for Treasury, DOL
May 11
Infosys Can't Boot White Workers' Allegations Of Preference for All-South Asian Workforce
May 11
New York Governor Creates Multiagency Task Force to Address Nail Salon Hazards
May 11
Nike Says It Will Increase U.S. Workforce If Fast-Track Trade Legislation Is Passed
May 11
NLRB Finds Kellogg Lockout Was Unlawful, Orders Bargaining and Back Pay for Workers
May 11
Proposed Labor and Employment Legislation—114th Congress
May 11
Single Incident Can Support Title VII Claims Of Harassment, Retaliation, 4th Cir. Decides
May 8
IBT Loses Representation of Dispatchers On Tie Vote After NMB Rules Against Runoff
May 8
UAW, Big Three Drove Industry Rebound By Embracing Innovation, EPI Paper Says
May 8
Canadian Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 6.8 Percent in April Despite Jobs Decline
May 8
New York City Mayor Signs Measure Barring Employer Use of Credit Checks
May 8
Church Plan Litigants Settle Claims for $8M, Agreement Includes ‘ERISA-Like' Protections
May 8
Third Circuit Formally Adopts Catalyst Theory Of Attorneys' Fees in ERISA Lawsuits
May 8
Rhode Island, DOL to Fight Misclassification
May 8
Court Rejects Challenge to DOL Posting Rule That Requires Contractor Labor Law Notices
May 8
Daughters of Charity Extends Contracts With Two Largest Unions During Sale Process
May 8
Thousands of Three-Year DACA Work Permits Issued After Injunction, Administration Says
May 8
Payment of Subminimum Wage for Persons With Disabilities Banned in New Hampshire
May 8
Social Workers to Receive $1.7 Million in Overtime
May 8
Postal Service's Problems Go Beyond Retiree Health Benefits Liabilities, PMG Brennan Says
May 8
Connecticut Assembly Clears Measure On Worker E-Mail, Social Media Privacy
May 8
Pittsburgh Will Pay $1.6 Million, Overhaul Police Hiring to Settle Class Race Bias Case
May 8
Court Affirms Exclusion of USPS Workers From Federal Whistleblower Protection Act
May 8
D.C. Cir. Affirms NLRB's Expenses Award To Union; Hospital Bargained in Bad-Faith
May 8
Indiana Law Allows Hiring Preference for Veterans
May 8
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
May 8
Payroll Job Growth Rebounded in April; Unemployment Rate Fell to 5.4 Percent
May 8
NLRB's Weekly Summary of Cases, Dated April 27-May 1, 2015
May 8
Judges Consider Extent of DOL's Authority To Limit FLSA Home Care Worker Exemption
May 7
IAM Contract With United Launch Alliance Ratified by Majority of Members, Union Says
May 7
Court Says No Need for Burger King Worker Alleging Rape to Arbitrate Harassment Claims
May 7
UAW Fleshes Out Works Council Plans In Renewed Voluntary Recognition Bid at VW
May 7
Choosing High-Paid College Major Can Triple Earnings Over Lifetime
May 7
Changes to FAR Clauses Reflecting New Contractor EEO Mandates Finalized
May 7
Christian College Wins Stay in Contraceptive Case
May 7
Senators, Advocates Say New H-2B Rules Likely to Have Negative Impact on Business
May 7
Nations Should Consider Taxes, Transfers When Setting Minimum Wage, OECD Says
May 7
Cuomo Seeks Higher Fast-Food Pay Via Wage Board as SEIU, Workers Cheer
May 7
Missouri Bill Would Ban Local Ordinances Setting Minimum Wage, Employee Benefits
May 7
Sixth Circuit Revives Race Bias Claims Of Black Employee Fired After Office Spat
May 7
Senate Republicans Launch Investigation Of Labor Department, EEOC Guidance Use
May 7
Voting Under Way on Pact Between UFCW, Nob Hill for 1,400 in San Francisco Area
May 7
Immigrant Hispanic Safety Training Missing Mark, Conference Speakers Say
May 7
DOJ Settles Case Alleging 66-Year-Old Boss Sexually Assaulted 18-Year-Old Maine Worker
May 7
LIRR Workers' Representation Switches To Railroad Signalmen After Union Merger
May 7
Chicago Council Rejects Right-to-Work Plan, Says Governor's Strategy Targets Unions
May 7
FLSA Didn't Block Stevedore's Bonus Bid; Overtime Claim Was ‘Separate and Distinct'
May 7
First-Time Jobless Claims Rise but Hover Below 280,000, Lowest Level in 15 Years
May 7
Federal Act Preempts Bank Officer's Claim Under Florida Whistle-Blower Law, Court Says
May 6
Kmart Arbitration Agreement Signed By Minor Is Unenforceable, Court Decides
May 6
Comments Due July 6 on Pay-for-Performance Rule
May 6
California Employers Must Show FEHA Claim Lacks Objective Basis to Recover Court Costs
May 6
EEOC Launches Pilot Program on Electronic Filing
May 6
U.S. Companies Added 169,000 Jobs In April, Fewest in 13 Months, ADP Says
May 6
WGAE Wants Trade Group in Supporting Role As It Organizes Reality TV Writers, Producers
May 6
Misconduct Affecting Background Checks Subject to Firing Under Bill OK'd by Panel
May 6
NNU Members Ratify Four-Year Contract Covering 1,550 RNs at University of Chicago
May 6
Job Vacancy Ads Fall From Record High, Ending Three Straight Monthly Increases
May 6
Analysis Concludes DOL's Job Corps Program Helped Participants Find Higher-Paying Jobs
May 6
White House Adviser Disputes Skills Gap, But Says More Training Investments Needed
May 6
Minimum Wage Expected in Senate Amendments
May 6
Republicans Turn Attention to Separate Bill To Fight New NLRB ‘Ambush' Election Rules
May 6
Continental Wins Appeal of Pension Dispute; 7th Cir. Orders Reconsideration of Benefits
May 6
Indiana Governor Signs Law Repealing Prevailing Wages on State Construction
May 6
New Report Highlights Threats to Retirees And PBGC From Big Business Bankruptcies
May 6
Failure to Call 911 for 90 Minutes After Accident a Willful Violation, Court Affirms
May 6
Missouri Governor Vetoes Bill Aimed At Reducing Duration of UI Benefits
May 6
NLRB Advice Unit Clears Campaign Message That Union Would Affect Staff's ‘Direct Line'
May 6
NELI Speakers Highlight Litigation Trends Under Amended ADA, EEOC Wellness Rule
May 6
2015 Contracts Reflect Average Wage Hike Of 2.7 Percent for First Year, Analysis Shows
May 6
Productivity Fell 1.9 Percent in First Quarter, Marking Biggest Six-Month Drop Since 1993
May 6
Major Collective Bargaining Settlements Reported to Date in 2015
May 6
As McDonald's Moved to Raise Workers' Pay, Its Lobbyists Urged Caution on Wage Hike
May 5
NMB Adds Airline eTicket Support Workers To IAM-Represented Passenger Service Group
May 5
Cosmetology School Waived Right to Arbitrate Students' Wage & Hour Claims, Court Rules
May 5
OFCCP and Comcast Settle for $190,000 Charges of Sex and Race Bias in Hiring, Pay
May 5
Plenty of Time for Fiduciary Proposal Input; Form 5500 Update Coming Soon, Borzi Says
May 5
Service Industries Unexpectedly Grew At Faster Pace in April, ISM Report Shows
May 5
OPM Discontinuing Guidance to Agencies On Whether Conferences Qualify as Training
May 5
Report Says Most Companies Plan to Hire But Are Concerned About Finding Talent
May 5
No Senate Action on NLRB Rules Challenge; Chamber 96-3 Tables Obama Veto Message
May 5
DOL Sends Proposed Overtime Rule to OMB For Review, But Its Release Date Is Uncertain
May 5
Court Allows Jury to Decide Railroad's Duty To Discover Broken Tracks Leading to Injury
May 5
Connecticut, State Unions Reach $100M Settlement Over Targeted Layoffs in 2003
May 5
NLRA Protects ‘Inherently' Concerted Activity, Divided Labor Board Affirms in 2-1 Decision
May 5
Workplace Violence Injuries Up 60 Percent In Two Years in Health Sector, Data Show
May 5
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Labor and Employment Rulings
May 5
Justices Won't Review ADA Bias Claim Of Guard Receiving Disability Benefits
May 4
Court Won't Review If Federal Law Preempts State's Meal, Rest Break Rules for Drivers
May 4
U.S. Court Enjoins Pilots' Union Strike At Allegiant Airlines, Extending Earlier Order
May 4
Senators Introduce Bill Seeking to Protect Workers, Retirees in Business Bankruptcies
May 4
‘Family Responsibilities Discrimination' Often Involves Unconscious Bias, Lawyer Says
May 4
FLRA Chair Appoints David Eddy as Chief Counsel
May 4
Cadillac Tax, Subsidies Case Loom Large Over ACA and Employers, Practitioners Say
May 4
Little Change in HSA Tax Deduction Caps, High-Deductible Health Plan Limits for 2016
May 4
DOL Extends Comment Period for Herder Guidance
May 4
Paulsen, Quigley Reintroduce STAPLE Act To Exempt STEM Workers From Visa Caps
May 4
Education, Training Advised for U.S. Workers To Fight Global Labor Glut's Effect on Wages
May 4
Management Attorneys Predict Loss For McDonald's in Dispute with NLRB
May 4
Senate Delays Vote on NLRB Election Rules
May 4
Montana Becomes 20th State to Limit Employer Access to Social Media Accounts
May 4
Union Pacific Still Bound by EEOC Subpoena Even Though Charging Parties Lost Lawsuits
May 4
Taking Issue With Timing of Wage Hike, NLRB Orders New Election at Nursing Home
May 4
Shareholders' Meeting to Come With Side of Protest
May 4
Democrats Press OMB to End Eight-Month Review of Beryllium Exposure Regulation
May 4
Worker Rights, Restroom Access Focus Of Transgender Equality Group, OSHA Alliance
May 4
CEA Concludes Outsourcing of Jobs Doesn't Rise With Trade Agreements
May 4
Los Angeles Mayor Lauds New Drayage Firm That Classifies its Port Drivers as Employees
May 4
California Supreme Court Grants Review In Two Wage and Hour Rest-Period Cases
May 4
Supreme Court Denies Review in Five Labor, Employment Cases May 4, 2015
May 4
Board Splits 2-1 on Handbook Revisions; Majority Finds NLRA Violations Need Remedy
May 1
California's Lowest-Wage Workers Earning Less Than in 1979, UC Berkeley Report Says
May 1
House Rejects King Proposal to Repeal Prevailing Wages in Military Construction Bill
May 1
Amtrak Employee in California Gets Trial On State Law Disability Discrimination Claim
May 1
Jury Must Decide If Nurse Who Collapsed At Work Knew She Received Unauthorized IV
May 1
House Passes Resolution to Stop D.C. Law Banning Reproductive Health Discrimination
May 1
Larger Share of 2014 Law Graduates Than of 2013 Class Got Jobs, ABA Says
May 1
Court Preliminarily OKs $1.25 Million Deal Settling Shale Gas Workers' Overtime Claims
May 1
DOD Must Consider Civilian Workforce Cuts, Letter to Administration and Congress Says
May 1
High Lost-Time Rates After Injuries Likely To Trigger Inspection Under New Directive
May 1
SHRM: Most Employees Satisfied With Jobs, Cite ‘Respectful Treatment' as Top Reason
May 1
Pace of Growth in Manufacturing in April Remained Weakest Since 2013, ISM Says
May 1
US Airways Pilots Get $5.25M in Settlement With PBGC Over Pension Interest Dispute
May 1
Labor, Community Organizing Necessary For Black Worker Progress, Report Says
May 1
NLRB Issues Complaints Against El Super Tied to Stalled Contract Talks With UFCW
May 1
$62 Million Settlement in Lockheed 401(k) Case Obtains Preliminary Court Approval
May 1
House Bill by Hartzler Targets OSHA Fines For ‘Trivial' Violations, Sets Grace Periods
May 1
OSHA Releases Final Confined Spaces Rule For Construction Industry; Effective Aug. 3
May 1
Grocery Store Violated NLRA by Expelling Union Agents Visiting Employees, NLRB Rules
May 1
NLRB Affirms ALJ Ruling That Hospital Illegally Fired Nurse for Union Activity
May 1
Third Circuit Faults NLRB on Benefits Denial, Tells Board to Rethink Discrimination Theory
May 1
KFC Franchise Owner to Pay $375,000 To 700 Workers, New York AG Announces
May 1
Whistle-Blower to Get More Than $600,000 As Part of SEC's First Retaliation Proceeding
May 1
Roundup of Recent WHD Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
May 1