Employment Law Tag

Updated: 3/19/2020 On March 18, 2020, Congress passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”) which will provide temporary assistance to employees and businesses experiencing coronavirus interruptions. The Act becomes effective April 2, 2020, which is 15 days after the President signed the bill into law. The bill contains two...

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Updated: 3/19/2020 On March 18, 2020, Congress passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”) which will provide temporary assistance to employees and businesses experiencing coronavirus interruptions. The Act becomes effective April 2, 2020, which is 15 days after the President signed the bill into law. The bill contains two...

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If you are an employer with at least 100 employees, or a federal contractor with at least 50 employees, you are likely aware that you are required to submit an annual Employer Information Report known as the “EEO-1.”  Due to the partial government shutdown which...

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The Office of the General Counsel (“GC”) for the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) has issued new Guidance to its Regional Directors and Offices regarding employee handbook policies in response to an NLRB ruling in December, The Boeing Company, 365 NLRB No. 154.  The new...

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By Kristina E. Curry On May 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld employment arbitration agreements which prohibit employee class and collective actions.  Epic Systems Corporation v. Lewis No. 16-285, involved three consolidated cases where former employees attempted to make claims under the Fair Labor Standards...

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In a recent Chief Counsel Advice (CCA), the IRS concluded that an employer who misclassified employees as independent contractors could offset FICA taxes owed by the employer with self-employment taxes paid by the workers. Where workers are properly classified as employees, the employer is liable for...

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The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) recently released its newly revised Form I-9, which employers need to complete upon hiring new employees to confirm their identity and authorization to work in the USA as required by the existing immigration laws. Use of the new...

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By now, you may have heard about Governor Kasich’s signing of Ohio HB 523, the bill that legalizes certain usages of Medical Marijuana in Ohio for medical purposes.  The following is a summary of provisions that the bill integrated under the federal Controlled Substance Act...

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