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Hey Compliance Warriors! Here’s the breakdown on this final rule. Read on…

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Following in Austin’s footsteps, the cities of Dallas and San Antonio have implemented paid sick leave ordinances. During its regular session, the Texas Legislature failed to pass a law preempting the type of paid sick leave ordinances set to go into effect.  The city of Austin, Texas enacted its paid sick leave ordinance as of October 1, […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Kansas City Counsel has officially banned employers from asking about salary history in job applications. Read on for the details about this…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Here’s some information regarding minimum wage increases by state that will go into effect starting July 1st, 2019. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! With the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. here are a few steps employers can take to protect their company. Read on…

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Breaking News! On June 3, 2019, in a 9-0 opinion written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court of the United States court rejected a claim from Fort Bend County, Texas making it easier for employees to bring claims against employers after they have been routed through the EEOC.   The case is Fort Bend […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! With new elections come new legislation. Here’s an update for Colorado. Read on…

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Check out the information below regarding this. Read on…

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This post is a little technical, so apologies in advance. In Texas Department of Transportation v. Lara (a decision delivered on May 9, 2019) Albert Lara, Jr., sued the Texas Department of Transportation for terminating his employment after he took extended leave to recover from surgery. After twenty years of employment with the Department, Lara […]

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Hey Compliance Warriors! Here’s a quick update on some proposed rules regarding White Collar Exemption Salary Level, Regular Rate of Pay, and Joint Employment. Read on…

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