Michigan appellate court upholds legislative changes that would have granted expanded paid medical leave, raised the state's minimum wage and eliminated tip credit wages.
Michigan employers could face more whistleblower, “public policy” and at-will employment claims following this recent Supreme Court ruling.
If a new Federal Trade Commission rule is enacted, employer noncompete agreements may be prohibited.
Judge imposes stay that will keep Michigan employers in the dark until at least February 2023 about the fate of the citizen led ballot initiatives seeking paid sick leave and an increased statewide minimum wage.
Discrimination based on sexual orientation is a violation of the Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act, according to a recent ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.
Employers should take note of recent federal guidance on issues related to the Americans with Disability Act and opioid use disorder.
New federal law will soon allow employees to sidestep forced arbitration agreements implemented by employers.
U.S. Supreme Court rules in National Federation of Independent Business v. OSHA and Biden v. Missouri regarding federal employer and Medicare/Medicaid provider employee vaccination requirements.
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- FTC Proposes Ban on All Employer Noncompete Agreements
- Court Delays Ruling on Fate of Michigan’s Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws Until February 2023
- Michigan Supreme Court Affirms State’s Civil Right Law Prohibits Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
- DOJ Issues Guidance on ADA, Opioid Crisis Issues
- Congress Passes Law, With Retroactive Effect, to Invalidate Forced Arbitration Provisions at the Employee’s Election
- U.S. Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Implementation of Vaccine Requirement for Large Businesses
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