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San Antonio, Texas Approves Revisions to Paid Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance

The San Antonio, Texas City Council has approved revisions to the city’s sick and safe leave ordinance, which is now scheduled take effect on December 1, 2019. As we previously reported, in the face of legal challenges to the law, the City Council had agreed to delay the effective date of the ordinance (previously slated … Continue Reading

[Podcast]: U.K. Law for U.S. Employers

In this episode of The Proskauer Brief, New York partner Howard Robbins and London partner Dan Ornstein discuss how U.K. laws affect U.S. employers. As if dealing with U.S. employment laws are not difficult enough, international businesses also have to face several challenges of local requirements.  Tune in as we discuss many U.K. laws on discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, … Continue Reading

EEO-1 Component 2 Reports Are Still Due September 30, But….

Employers have been furiously working to prepare their EEO-1 Component 2 submissions by the September 30 deadline.  Some employers who underestimated the task have asked us whether the EEOC’s submission portal will remain open after September 30 in case they are unable to complete their submissions in time.  Until now, our response has been “maybe.” … Continue Reading

The New Workplace: Key Issues Facing In-House Counsel Today

On September 17, 2019, Labor & Employment partner and member of the Proskauer Executive Committee Elise Bloom moderated “The New Workplace” panel at the Benchmark Women in Litigation NYC Forum where Proskauer was a sponsor. The forum boasts panels of women lawyers discussing the top legal issues facing in-house counsel. On the panel with Elise … Continue Reading

The New Federal Overtime Rule:  What You Need to Know

The U.S. Department of Labor issued its final rule amending the overtime regulations today, without any significant changes from the proposed rule the agency issued in March 2019.  Here’s the bottom line: The salary minimum for exemption as an executive, administrative, or professional employee will jump from $455 per week ($23,660 per year) to $684 … Continue Reading

EEOC Will Not Seek to Renew Component 2 (Pay and Hours Data) Requirements for Future EEO-1 Reports

The EEOC announced today, September 12, 2019, that it “is not seeking to renew Component 2 of the EEO-1” in a notice published on the Federal Register. As we have previously reported, Component 2 of the EEO-1 report requires employers with over 100 employees to report its employees’ compensation and hours worked (sorted by pay … Continue Reading

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