NEWSLETTER

  • 2007 California Legislative Highlights

  • TOP TEN LABOR & EMPLOYMENT EVENTS AND TRENDS OF 2007

  • 1. SUPREME COURT LIMITS EMPLOYER EXPOSURE TO DISCRIMINATORY PAY CLAIMS

  • 2. BOARD RULES EMPLOYERS MAY RESTRICT USE OF CORPORATE E-MAIL TO PRECLUDE UNION-RELATED COMMUNICATIONS

  • 3. MINIMUM-WAGE WORKERS RECEIVE FIRST PAY HIKE IN MORE THAN A DECADE

  • 4. EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE ACT REACHES CRITICAL JUNCTURE IN CONGRESS

  • 5. LABOR BOARD LIMITS PROTECTION FOR UNION “SALTS”

  • 6. BOARD ESTABLISHES NEW STANDARD FOR BACKPAY FOR "SALTS"

  • 7. "NO MATCH" GAME '07: DHS GETS BLANKED ON MEASURES DESIGNED TO DEAL WITH UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS

  • 8. NLRB PROTECTS EMPLOYER RIGHTS TO LEGALLY CHALLENGE UNION TACTICS

  • 9. NLRB ESTABLISHES NEW RULES FOR VOLUNTARY RECOGNITION THAT FAVOR “REAL” EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE

  • 10. EEOC RULING ALLOWS EMPLOYERS TO COORDINATE RETIREE HEALTHCARE BENEFITS WITH MEDICARE ELIGIBILITY