The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently released its scheduling methodology for the fiscal year (FY) 2018 scheduling list. The two-page document describes the process the agency used to develop the FY 2018 Supply and Service scheduling list, from downloading information on federal contracts, consolidating the information to create a single record on each contract, and removing certain contracts (i.e., cancelled or expired contracts) from the collected data.
Retail Establishment Not Entitled to Trucking Industry Exemption Under New Jersey Wage and Hour Law for Employees Operating From Service and Distribution Centers
In re Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, 405 N.J. Super. 367 (App. Div., March 2, 2009) – The Appellate Division recently addressed whether a retail business is exempt under the New Jersey Wage and Hour Law from paying overtime under the trucking industry exemption to employees working from service and distribution centers.
Emmanuel Macron views liberalizing French employment law as a priority. To achieve that effect, he plans to amplify the actions initiated in 2015 (the Rebsamen and Macron laws) and in 2016 (the El Khomri law).
On June 20, 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a case brought on behalf of some 1.5 million female current and former employees of Wal-Mart should not have been certified as a class action. According to the Court, the plaintiffs were required to show that their claims depended on a common contention of such