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SHOULD A WORKER BE COMPENSATED FOR THE TIME SPENT DRESSING IN SAFETY EQUIPMENT?

On November 10, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo, which involves a group of pork-processing workers in Iowa who claimed the meatpacking giant Read More

APPEALS COURT REVERSES BIG WIN FOR UNPAID INTERNS

The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a lower court made a mistake when it decided that Fox Searchlight Pictures violated employment law by having unpaid production Read More

FEMALE WORKERS FILE A CLASS-ACTION SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAWSUIT AGAINST FORD

Female workers file a class-action sexual harassment lawsuit against Ford Recently, thirty-three female workers have joined a class-action lawsuit against Ford Motor Co., claiming that the company failed to take action Read More

STATE-APPOINTED PANEL SAYS FAST-FOOD RESTAURANTS SHOULD RAISE MINIMUM WAGE TO $15

State-appointed panel says fast-food restaurants should raise minimum wage to $15 A state-appointed minimum wage panel recently came to the conclusion that the minimum wage for fast-food workers in New York Read More

THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT (“FLSA”) AND NYLL

The Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and NYLL requires employers to pay overtime to all employees that work more than 40 hours in a 7 day work week, unless the Read More

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