With California SB 553’s July 1, 2024 implementation deadline only about nine months away, and given the increase in gun violence – and violence generally – in public places like grocery stores, places of worship, and movie theaters, CA employers should establish and implement a Workplace Violence Prevention Plan sooner than later.
Continue Reading Non-Health Care California Employers Will Soon Need to Comply with Workplace Violence Prevention Requirements

The Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA) has been amended, effective Nov. 1, 2023, to permit employees to supplement PFMLA benefits with accrued paid leave. In addition, contribution

Continue Reading Changes Ahead for Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Benefits, Contribution Rates

“Hot Labor Summer” – so dubbed due to strikes by the Writers Guild, Screen Actors Guild, Southern California Hotel Workers, health care workers from multiple unions, and United Auto Workers

Continue Reading California Governor Signs Bill Allowing Staff to Unionize…in 2026

Twenty-two attorneys from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP are listed in Benchmark Litigation’s Labor & Employment 2024 Guide. Notably, Global Labor & Employment Practice Co-Chair James N. Boudreau is

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On Aug. 30, 2023, the U.S. Department of the Treasury published proposed regulations (Proposed Rules) addressing the prevailing wage and apprenticeship requirements imposed by the Inflation Reduction Act

Continue Reading Proposed Treasury Rules on Prevailing Wage and Apprenticeship for Clean Energy Credits Incentivize Use of Project Labor Agreements