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Former driver files class action against Lyft for denying D.C.-mandated paid sick leave
The paid leave is critical in the current COVID-19 environment, which could last for years, the plaintiff says. A woman who worked as a Lyft driver from about November 2015 to June 2018 has filed a...
House subcommittee asks whether OSHA is failing in its COVID-19 response or appropriately using earlier pandemic playbook
While comparisons to earlier pandemics may be tempting, are they really plausible, given the more deadly and unknown attributes of COVID-19? On May 28, there were sharply diverging views of OSHA’s...
NLRB broadens definition of solicitation, overrules precedent, finds employee lawfully disciplined for 3-minute conversation
Solicitation for or against a union also encompasses the act of encouraging employees to vote for or against union representation. After finding an employee was lawfully disciplined for engaging...
CDC issues employer guidance on reopening office buildings
The checklist was created to ensure that employers fulfill their obligation to provide a safe work environment as employees in some states return to work. On May 28, the CDC published its COVID-19...
Nissan could fire contract worker who kept a firearm in his car in the parking lot
A Mississippi law prohibits employers from banning workers from keeping firearms in their vehicles. But there is an exception when a company parking lot is sufficiently secure. The employee of a...