Things That Keep Your Employment Lawyer Up at Night: Record Retention – JD Supra (press release)


JD Supra (press release)
Things That Keep Your Employment Lawyer Up at Night: Record Retention
JD Supra (press release)
An employer who loses a challenge to the worker's classification as a contractor will be responsible for producing time and wage records required for employees by federal and California law. Employers without such documentation could face large

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The Supreme Court Did Workers a Favor – Bloomberg


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The Supreme Court Did Workers a Favor
Bloomberg
But employment law is different. By removing a source of legal uncertainty regarding class action waivers — and thus encouraging employment arbitration — the Supreme Court has helped to reinforce a surprising reality: The interests of most workers
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Workflows: Ogletree Hires Data Analytics Director – Bloomberg Big Law Business


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Workflows: Ogletree Hires Data Analytics Director
Bloomberg Big Law Business
Labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins now has its first director of data analytics. In that role, Dr. Andrew Cook, a labor economist, will oversee Ogletree's data analytics operations and work with the firm's knowledge management, information …

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