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LCC hosts conference on employment laws

A full house of local business leaders, employers, and human resources professionals convened at Laredo Community College for the Texas Business Conference on the Employment Law Update, on Friday, Feb. 17 in the De La Garza Building, room 101, at the Fort …

Attorney: Be ready for employment laws to change

A year of uncertainty is ahead for employers as they deal with actions by two presidential administrations. On one side, some rules and policies from the Obama administration remain undecided in the courts. On the other are leadership and policy changes …

‘Employment Laws’ And All That You Should Know About It

Employment laws are a major thing these days. Employment laws take care of overtime pay, discrimination, harassment, family leave and other associated discrimination. To save the employer and the employee from practicing and suffering from these kind of …

Employment Law: Legislative Earthquake in Frankfort, Kentucky

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and the Kentucky General Assembly wasted no time in putting the new Republican majority in the Kentucky House to use in the 2017 Legislative Session. Part I of the regular session began January 3. By January 9 the General …

Katy Wedderburn: How will Brexit affect employment law?

More than six months has now passed since the UK took the decision to leave the European Union (EU). So, now is a good time to take stock of the impact this will have, or has had, on employment law and what the practical implications may be for human …

2016: They Say all Politics is Local: Now Employment Law is Too

The end of 2016 is a good time to review and consider a subtle shift in employment law which appears to be gaining momentum. The shift, which may be imperceptible at first, could prove to have lasting impact on employers, especially those who operate in …