The Spanish Official Gazette recently published Royal Decree-Law 28/2020, of September 22, on remote working (hereinafter, “RD 28/2020”) which aims to establish a single regulation applicable to all forms of remote work. Find below our summary of the key elements of this new
“If discontent lingers on over the omnibus law on job creation, go ahead and propose a judicial review through the
The Walnut Street bridge was lit up with rainbow lights in June to celebrate LGBTQ pride. (Photo: Haley BeMiller/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)
GREEN BAY – The City Council has given initial approval to a sweeping measure that would prohibit discrimination in housing, employment and public spaces based on
Hawaii has narrowed the scope of what employers can consider regarding an individual’s conviction history when making employment decisions.
Hawaii employers have long been required to limit their consideration of felony and misdemeanor convictions to a 10-year lookback period, unless they fell within one of the statutory exemptions as part
After hearing arguments from local citizens – including some on both sides speaking from religious convictions – Statesboro City Council on Tuesday morning unanimously voted the main part of a proposed city nondiscrimination law forward to a second reading.
That part of the overall Nondiscrimination and Equity Ordinance will forbid
A California law enacted last month that eases the path to workers’ compensation benefits for employees who contract COVID-19 will require an unprecedented level of documentation and communication between claims managers and employers.
“I have joked that this should be called a job-creation bill because of all
Speaking at a study day on the provisions of the law no.19-12, held at the initiative of the Ministry of Labor and Professional Integration, in collaboration with the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Amekraz highlighted the increase in the number of declarations of domestic workers to the CNSS.
The implementation of this
Jose Ortiz, Saul Hernandez, and Pedro Urena filed a brief in their District of New Jersey putative class-action employment lawsuit against Goya Foods opposing a motion from the defendant for the court to reconsider dismissal of the lawsuit. The plaintiffs claimed that the defendants broke Pennsylvania wage laws because they
ANNAPOLIS — An update to Maryland’s hate crimes law, named for slain Army 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III, is one of several anti-discrimination measures that went into effect Oct. 1. Other notable bills address crime, the environment and health care, including an infectious disease mandate named for Olivia Paregol, a
Digitalization has suddenly become an indispensable process for employers. New relationships have emerged in which employees are no longer required to go to a physical site to receive their work equipment, meet their new peers, have meetings with human resources, receive their onboarding training or even sign hard copies of
“After yesterday, hundreds of thousands and also nearly one million workers left
Using a recently-published Cornell University driver pay study in Seattle as a basis, Reuters calculated that each full-time driver would cost the company, on average, an additional $7,700. That includes roughly $4,560 in annual employer-based California and federal payroll taxes and some $3,140 in annual workers’ compensation insurance, which is
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY ) — A Virginia photographer has voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit challenging Virginia’s newly enacted state law that “forces” photographers to promote same-sex weddings.
Photographer and blogger Chris Herring initially filed the lawsuit late June challenging Gov. Ralph Northam’s Virginia Values Act which protects LGBTQ Virginians against unfair