The Second Circuit recently held that plaintiffs bringing disability discrimination claims must meet the higher but-for causation standard, rather than a mixed-motives standard.
New Virginia law requires employers to provide a copy of employment records upon written request of a current or former employee. Employers who willfully refuse may be liable to an employee for damages.
A California Court of Appeals holds that California employers with on-call polices are required to pay a minimum of two-hours reporting time pay, even if employees are told they are not required to come into work.
Almost two years after Obama-era overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) were defeated in the courts, employers finally have an idea of what the new overtime rules under the FLSA may look like.
The Department of Labor’s two most recent FLSA opinion letters offer instruction for determining minimum wage and overtime compliance and the scope of the statute’s ministerial exception.