Posts Tagged ‘Pay Equity’

Oregon’s New Scheduling Law Starts July 1


Oregon is the first state to adopt a predictive scheduling law statewide for the retail, food services, and hospitality industries that will go into effect on July 1. S.B. 828, also known as the Fair Work Week Act, pertains to foodservice, hospitality, and retail establishments that have operations in Oregon and have at least 500…

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Franchisees May Need to Rethink Their Treatment of Franchise Workers

The National Labor Board (NLRB) is divided on a case involving McDonald’s and its workers viewed by many as one of the most consequential labor law precedents of the past decade. Should corporate McDonald’s (the franchisor) and other similar corporations be liable for the treatment of workers at franchise locations? The answer, once seemingly clear,…

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CEO Pay Ratio Disclosures Prompt Reaction


The first of a series of disclosures from public companies comparing CEO pay to that of employees are out, as companies work to comply with the CEO pay ratio disclosure rules that are part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The rule requires public companies to disclose the pay…

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