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2022 Employment Law Seminar—Staying On Track: An Employer’s Guide to Operating a Fast-Moving Workplace
Miller Nash LLP is pleased to announce the date of our virtual half-day 2022 Employment Law Seminar: Wednesday, October 26 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PT. Our employment law & labor relations attorneys will provide up-to-date information and insight...
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NLRB Proposes New Rules Expanding Joint Employer Status
The ping pong game over who is a joint employer under the National Labor Relations Act (the "Act") continues. On September 6, 2022, the Biden-appointed majority controlling the National Labor Relations Board (the "Board") proposed a new rule defining...
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COVID Update: EEOC Revises Guidance on Workplace Screening
As summer winds to a close, students return to classrooms and campuses, and many workplaces have returned to in-person activities. Either in whole or in part, COVID-19 has perhaps begun to be less “front of mind” than it once was for many people. Add...
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Seattle Alert: New Independent Contractor Protections Go Into Effect September 1, 2022
There are new regulations for businesses/hiring entities who engage with independent contractors (ICs) working in Seattle which go into effect September 1, 2022. The regulations require businesses to provide certain pre-engagement disclosures to ICs...
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Comp & Benefits Info Must Be Included In Washington State Job Postings Starting January 2023
For updated information and clarifications, see our December 6, 2022 blog post: DLI Issues Updated Guidance: 2023 Washington State Job Posting Requirements. Beginning January 1, 2023, covered employers who post job openings in Washington will be req...
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“Take-Home COVID” Claims May Lead to Future Insurance Disputes
What Are “Take-Home COVID” Claims? “Take-home COVID” claims are claims brought against an employer by the spouse or child of an employee who caught COVID-19 in the workplace and brought it home, infecting a spouse or child and causing injuries. These...
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