RISING HEAT MEANS NEW RULES FOR EMPLOYERS

In recent years, Cal-OSHA has taken an aggressive stance against “heat illness” that can affect employees’ wellbeing. Employers who fail to provide adequate drinking water, shade, training, and/or “cool-down” periods to employees working in high heat conditions may be...

U.S. SUPREME COURT ROUNDUP: 2013-2014, PART II

This article is Part I1 of a two-part series providing an overview of recent United States Supreme Court decisions in employment law. Part I of this article was featured on July 25, 2014. The following opinions round out the Court’s labor and employment law opinions...
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