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Mark Stanisz
Posted 12.03.15
Third Circuit Rules That “Predominant Benefit” Test Determines FLSA Meal Period Compensability
The Babcock v. Butler County decision announces the standard for determining whether a union or non-union employee of a private or public employer in the Third Circuit is entitled to compensation during a meal period.
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Jonathan A. Segal
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Posted 04.01.15
What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc. case may play a role in your company's policies.
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Jonathan A. Segal
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Posted 01.03.14
Same Sex Spousal Benefits
You have an employee who work in Texas, one of the 32 states that does not recognize same sex marriage. The employee resides in New Mexico, one of 18 states that recognizes same sex marriage. The employee was married to a person of the same sex in California.