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California Tweaks Pay Data Reporting Requirements for Upcoming Reporting Cycle

22-014 | 24 Jan 2022
In anticipation of the second year in which it will be collecting employee wage data from covered employers, California has made some tweaks to the filing requirements. Our memo details the latest information.

Race/Ethnicity Categories Have Not Changed, Despite “New” HRIS Vendor Self-ID Forms

22-013 | 19 Jan 2022
VIRTUAL MEMBER ROUNDTABLE SCHEDULED THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. A change to the self-identification forms being pushed out by a few HRIS vendors has created some confusion regarding whether the race/ethnicity reporting categories have changed. Our memo explains. In further response, we’ve also scheduled a virtual member roundtable on February 10 to discuss self-ID best practices.

Biden Administration Scraps Trump-Era Wage-Based H-1B Lottery Selection Rule

22-012 | 19 Jan 2022
A rule issued by the Trump Administration that would have changed the annual H-1B visa lottery to prioritize higher paid visa beneficiaries has been rescinded by the Biden Administration in the wake of a court ruling finding the rule had been unlawfully promulgated.

New Info-Sharing Pact Between DOL and NLRB Targets the “Fissured Workplace”

22-011 | 18 Jan 2022
A new Memorandum of Understanding regarding information sharing between the Labor Department’s Wage and Hour Division and the National Labor Relations Board signals that so-called “fissured workplace” relationships are being targeted as an enforcement priority.

High Court Blocks OSHA Vaccine Mandate, Green Lights Health Care Provider Rule

22-010 | 18 Jan 2022
The U.S. Supreme Court last week blocked implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s emergency standard requiring larger employers to ensure their employees have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing. In contrast, the Court ruled that a narrower vaccine mandate applicable to certain health care providers could go into effect.

Workplace Homicides in 2020 Dropped to Lowest Total in Twenty Years

22-009 | 13 Jan 2022
The most recent Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, an annual national survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, reports that workplace homicides recorded in 2020 were the lowest number in two decades. Workplace suicides also declined from their all-time high in 2019.

Federal Contractor “Ban-the-Box” Prohibition in Effect, But No Implementing Regs Yet

22-008 | 12 Jan 2022
A new law that prohibits federal contractors from asking job applicants about their criminal histories went into effect on December 20, 2021, but the government has yet to issue implementing regulations.
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