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We’ve been discussing the various implications of the current ‘return to work’ push. Another implication is layoff decisions and the potential for disparate impact on remote workers, who tend to disproportionally be women and people of color.

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Studies show remote workers are more likely to be women, people of color, and ...

On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a proposed rule to ban all non-compete clauses in employment contracts. The rule would ban employers from using such clauses going forward, but would also allow employees with existing non-competes to rescind, or cancel, those clauses.

The proposal comes after the FTC found ...

By: Daniel Burke and Daniel O'Connor*

Ohio Senate Bill 47 (SB 47) took effect on July 6, 2022. This law does not break any new ground, but rather aligns Ohio’s overtime pay requirements with similar provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that have been in effect for decades. Most notably, SB 47 created new Ohio Revised Code § 4111.031 ...

Julie R. Pugh & Lee P. Geiger

Well, the DOL graced us with another short night of sleep by publishing updated guidance giving both employers and employees additional information on the March 18, 2020 Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) late last night.

The FFCRA, among other provisions, requires employers with less than 500 ...

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