I am pleased to post a blog I wrote for Talent Culture. You can read it here. This blog should not be construed as legal advice, as pertaining to specific factual circumstances or establishing an attorney-client relationship.
On July 22, 2013, Pennsylvania joined New Jersey, New York and many other states by making its written driver’s license test available in multiple languages.
Act 6 of 2011 was signed into law on June 17, 2011 by then Governor Rendell. It amended the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Law in a number of ways.
On April 13, 2011, the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia signed an Ordinance entitled “Fair Criminal Record Screening Standards.” The Philadelphia Ordinance, which goes into effect on July 13, 2011, applies to private employers of 10 or more employees in the City of Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Ordinance makes it unlawful for an employer to make […]
On April 13, 2011, the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia signed an Ordinance entitled “Fair Criminal Record Screening Standards” which establishes requirements for the screening of criminal records by certain employers within the City of Philadelphia and limits an employer’s ability to consider arrests and convictions of job applicants. The stated purpose of the legislation […]
Pennsylvania Act 102 covers health care providers (broadly defined) in Pennsylvania. It prohibits covered employers from mandating that covered employees work “overtime” except under certain limited circumstances. Generally speaking, covered employees include employees directly involved in direct patient care and other clinical services. Employees not covered by Act 102 include, but are not limited to, physicians, physician assistants and […]