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The Labor & Employment Blog provides employers with breaking news, insights, and legal analysis on the wide range of labor and employment issues facing employers.  While the Blog provides a general summary of regulation updates, it is not intended to be, and should not be relied upon as, legal advice.  The labor & employment attorneys at Chamberlain Hrdlicka stand ready to counsel employers on the issues they face.

Annette Idalski, National Chair, Labor & Employment
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Larry Carbo, Shareholder
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Diana Perez Gomez, Shareholder
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Julie Offerman, Shareholder
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Kellen Scott, Shareholder
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Leslie Tan, Senior Counsel
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Brian Smith, Associate
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Ray Abilmouna, Associate
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Joshua Smith, Associate
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James Fielding, Associate
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Posts from November 2020.

Most companies realize the value of providing training focused on preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. Quality training programs help reduce exposure to sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits, and they are often invaluable safeguards when lawsuits do arise.

However, anti-harassment training is not just a prudent measure - in the last two years, some states have made it a legal requirement. Both California and New York recently passed laws requiring companies to provide sexual harassment training to workers. As the end of the year approaches, now is the perfect ...

In an article published in Bloomberg Law on November 4, 2020, Chamberlain Hrdlicka Atlanta-based Shareholder Annette Idalski, Counsel Kaitlin Lammers and Associate Brian Smith discuss the Department of Labor’s recently proposed rule that clarifies when employers can classify workers as independent contractors and explains how the DOL lowered the bar for businesses to classify independent contractors.

“The Department of Labor’s Sept. 22 proposed rule offering clarification on when a worker is deemed an independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act is ...