A conservative legal group has asked the U.S. Supreme Court
to review a National Labor Relations Board ruling that said
In-N-Out Burger LLC could not stop its workers from wearing
buttons promoting the Fight for $15 organizing campaign.
A nationwide class of more than 5,000 Uber Technologies Inc
drivers on Tuesday proposed a $1.3 million settlement of their
claims that Uber misclassified them as independent contractors
and owed them minimum wage and overtime pay.
A food distributor has agreed to pay $3.6 million to settle
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's claims that it
hired virtually no women for entry-level jobs at warehouses in
Ohio and Michigan.
A federal appeals court on Monday revived a retaliation
lawsuit against medical device maker Stryker Corp by a former
employee who says she was fired for reporting that a sales
manager had sexually harassed a coworker.
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday will consider whether the
National Labor Relations Board was right to find that a
California healthcare company executive violated federal labor
law by asking a nurse "how things were going" in the midst of a
union organizing campaign.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday said that an arbitrator had
the authority to rule that an Illinois electrical service
provider's policy barring workers from having weapons at work
was invalid under the state's law permitting concealed carry of
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has rolled
back Obama administration guidance that said a rule prohibiting
retaliation against workers who report injuries also restricted
drug testing and programs that reward employees when fewer
accidents are reported.
Walmart Inc has agreed to pay $65 million to nearly 100,000 current and former cashiers in California who accused the retailer of violating state law by refusing to provide them with seating while they worked.
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday told a federal judge in San Jose,
California that a proposed class of millions of older Facebook
users suing the online retailer because they allegedly were not
shown job ads would include an "infinite variety" of people and
should be rejected.
The Florida State Senate has asked a federal judge to block
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission from pursuing a case
on behalf of a Senate staffer who was one of six women to accuse
a former senator of sexual harassment.