Legal Updates - 2011
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- Connecticut Enacts Paid Sick Leave Law: Effective January 1, 2012
- Does Your School Have A Risk-Management Strategy For Off-Campus Trips?
- FLSA Retaliation Protection May Be Triggered By Oral Complaints, Rules Supreme Court
- Form I-9 Violations Cost Employer $173,250 In Penalties Even Though No Illegal Aliens Employed
- Massachusetts Wage Act May Extend To Out-Of-State Employees, Rules Superior Court
- New Social Security “No-Match” Guidance
- NLRB Continues Pro-Union Course, Raising Numerous Compliance Challenges For Employers
- Red Flags Identity Theft: Are Independent Schools Covered Or Not?
- Supreme Court Sharply Limits Employment Class Actions
- Don’t Forget To Submit Your EEO-1 Report By September 30, 2011!
- NLRB Expands Union Handbilling Rights
- Effective Harassment Policies And Practices Can Be An Employer’s Best Defense
- Parents With A Past: A Challenge For Private Schools
- Don't Get Clawed By The Cat's Paw
- Supreme Court Gives Green Light To Third-Party Retaliation Claims
- Hidden Trap In Employee Investigations: Potential FCRA Liability
- Are Your School's "Volunteer" Coaches Actually Entitled To Overtime Pay?
- Faith-Healing Vacation Not covered Under FMLA, Rules First Circuit
- Get Ready For A Form I-9 Audit: The ICE Agent Is Coming
- The Anti-Social Network? The Risks Of Firing Employees Who Complain On Facebook
- NLRB Will Seek Quick Relief In Termination Cases
- Employers Must Act To Comply With Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Regulations
- Schools Need To Plan Now To Be “Camp Compliant” By Summer
- Spring Cleaning: Time To Review And Update Employment Policies
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