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News & Alerts Date
The CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse identified nearly 8,000 substance abuse violations during the first weeks of operation.
02/24/20
Employers could be seen as joint employers of service providers with bargaining agreements.
02/21/20
A Congressional meeting to expand the FMLA illustrates the continuing trend toward such expansion.
02/21/20
The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) approved a final rule that will require business owners or operators to submit accidental release reports to CSB within eight hours of a chemical release
02/17/20
Under the FMLA, an employee’s notice of the need for leave can take many forms; no need for formal request
02/17/20
After a long delay, the 2020 UCR filing period has opened. Carriers have until June 1 to complete their filings.
02/13/20
An employee or family member needs to have a serious health condition as defined by the FMLA in order for coronavirus-associated absences to be counted as FMLA leave
02/10/20
The DOT is inviting the public to comment on the most recent update on autonomous vehicle guidelines
02/10/20
Cal/OSHA has issued guidance for employers on protecting healthcare workers from exposure to coronavirus
02/10/20
If an employee’s actual pay exceeds what the FLSA requires, the employer has no additional FLSA liability, including the overtime requirements
02/03/20
While employees may take FMLA leave to stand in as a parent to a child, the child still needs to have a serious health condition or be newly born or placed
02/03/20
Employers should begin using the new 10/21/2019 version of the Form I-9 with the expiration date of 10/31/2022 now but must be using it beginning May 1
02/03/20