Employment Law Roundup: NLRB, California Wage-Hour, OSHA Postings, and More

For your reference, an overview of recent commentary on labor and employment law:

National Labor Relations Board

NLRB Report Challenges Validity of Many Commonly Used Social Media Policies (Littler)

NRLB Report: Employers’ Social Media Policies Must be Narrow, Must not Restrict Right to Engage in Protected Activities (Mintz Levin – Employment, Labor & Benefits)

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Programs Face New Scrutiny by the NLRB — Will Yours Hold Up in Court? (Miller & Martin PLLC)

Arbitration Class Waivers: Another Victim of the NLRB (Alan Bush)

California Wage-Hour Requirements

Working Overtime (Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley)

A Moving Target: The California DLSE Modifies Again Its FAQs on California’s New Wage Notice Required for Hourly Employees (Littler)

Wage and Hour Update (Laura Sitar)

OSHA Injury & Illness Reports

Posting Deadline for OSHA Injury & Illness Report Approaches (Littler)

OSHA Injury & Illness Summaries Must be Posted on February 1 (Ford & Harrison LLP)

Regulatory Agencies

EEOC Receives Record Number of Charges of Discrimination for the Second Year in a Row (Poyner Spruill LLP)

Title VII Record-Keeping Requirements Extended to GINA (Ford & Harrison LLP)

What Does The FLSA Say About Nursing Mothers? (Franczek Radelet P.C.)

DOL Releases Final 408(b)(2) Disclosure Regulation (Morgan Lewis)

Executive Order On PELS Sought (Patton Boggs LLP)

International Employment

How to Implement a Cross-Border Human Resources Policy (White & Case LLP)

12 Steps To Immigration Compliance in 2012 (Fisher & Phillips LLP)

Related Commentary and Analysis

Employees Must Be Given Clear, Actual Notice of FMLA Policies (Littler)

Employers, You Might (Or Might Not) Be Liable For Retaliation If … (Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP)

Employment Law Commentary – Volume 24, No. 1 January 2012 (Morrison & Foerster LLP)

Victory for Board of Directors in Executive Pay Lawsuit (Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP)

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See also: FMLA Update: Proposed Changes to Military Family Leave Rules

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