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Newsletter AlertsAction Items for Illinois Employers in 2019New Illinois Law Requires Employers to Reimburse Employee Expenses2019 Benefits Limits and Recent Changes to 401(k) and Other Qualified Retirement PlansAffordable Care Act Held Unconstitutional – What’s Next?Big Changes Enacted to Michigan’s Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Time LawsRecreational Marijuana is About To Be Legal in Michigan: What Employers Need to Know Agencies Propose New Health Reimbursement Arrangement Regulations President Trump Announces Association Retirement Plans; DOL Publishes New ACA NoticesIllinois Expands Protection For Nursing Mothers In The WorkplaceNational Labor Relations Board's General Counsel Issues Guidance On Employer Handbook RulesSupreme Court Upholds the Use of Class Action Waivers in Employee Arbitration AgreementsU.S. Supreme Court Rejects Narrow Construction of FLSA Exemptions, Exempts Auto Service Advisors from Federal Overtime RequirementsPresumed Employee: California Supreme Court Reverses Old Classification Test for Delivery Drivers in Wage and Hour Class ActionsUnpaid Internships: Federal Law Evolving, Garden State UnchangedMany States Have New Minimum Wage Rate in 20182018 Benefits LimitsScore One for Employers: One Illinois Appellate Court’s Pre-Holiday Gift to Companies Facing Lawsuits Alleging Violations Under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy ActNLRB Reverses Precedent on Key Employer IssuesRenewed Focus on Sexual Harassment: Is Your Organization Prepared?Failure to Train Managers and Supervisors Cost Company $284,000 for Violation of the Family Medical Leave ActA Round and Round We Go . . . The Department of Labor Announces a New White Collar Exemption Rule is in the WorksSeventh Circuit Rejects EEOC Position Holding That a "Long-Term Leave of Absence" is Not a Reasonable AccommodationSexual Harassment in the 21st CenturyVETS-4212 Annual ReportSixth Circuit Upholds City's Retiree Health CutsA Real Life Texas Hold'em: DOL Overtime Rule Struck Down by Texas Federal CourtEmployer Discretion to Terminate Employees for Off-Duty Conduct in the Age of Charlottesville Employee Must Pay Union Dues If the Employee Fails to Timely Revoke Dues Checkoff AgreementDepartment of Labor Releases a Request for Information Seeking Public Comment on Overtime RegulationsClass Action Waiver Cases Moved to the Top of Supreme Court's October TermMassachusetts Medical Marijuana Users Can Sue For Failure to Accommodate a DisabilityPennsylvania Supreme Court Holds that Former Employees are Not Entitled to Inspect their Personnel FilesWhat Have You Done for Me Lately? EEOC Issues Guidance on Curbing Harassment in the WorkplaceClark Hill PLC Introduces New Suite of Tools for HR ProfessionalsWhat Employers Need to Know About Pennsylvania's New Medical Marijuana Act
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