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  10/18/2017 - Given 25 recent crimes at store, employer may have had duty to protect employee who was shot
  10/18/2017 - CA-6 vacates injunction requiring merged airlines to bargain over union proposals under RLA Sec. 6
  10/17/2017 - Hospital might have defamed research fellow by telling employer she was terminated for cause
  10/17/2017 - Employer can’t refuse to pay for breaks lasting longer than 90 seconds
  10/17/2017 - California governor signs bills barring salary history inquiries, expanding parental leave protections
  10/16/2017 - Employee reaction is U.S. employers’ biggest challenge to pay ratio disclosure rule
  10/16/2017 - Advancing ‘draw’ against future commissions ok, but post-termination payback policy may violate FLSA
  10/16/2017 - No class certification for caregivers seeking refund of ‘fair share’ fees
  10/16/2017 - Petco’s centralized FMLA decisions made company-wide documents on ‘100% healed’ policy discoverable
  10/13/2017 - Sec. 1981 claim not barred by fact that California state employment governed by statute, not contract
  10/13/2017 - ULP charge challenges Dallas Cowboys’ threat to bench players who kneel during national anthem
  10/13/2017 - Given context, terms ‘boy’ and ‘you people’ suggested racial hostility; HWE claim revived
  10/13/2017 - Given context, terms ‘boy’ and ‘you people’ suggested racial hostility; HWE claim revived
  10/12/2017 - ‘Leveling playing field’ between union, nonunion workers was lawful basis for hiring/transfer policy
  10/12/2017 - Son who shadowed father to learn to be automobile wholesaler might be dealership employee
  10/11/2017 - Transit authority unreasonably restricted union advertising
  10/11/2017 - Reliance on letter from employee’s wife questioning his mental stability not disability bias
  10/11/2017 - Reliance on letter from employee’s wife questioning his mental stability not disability bias
  10/10/2017 - New regs provide opportunity for ‘moral’ objection to contraceptive coverage, draw lawsuit
  10/10/2017 - State Street Corp to pay $5M to settle alleged pay bias against female, black executives

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