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Court weighs in on controversial 2015 NLRB ruling

The US Court of Appeals last week returned the 2015 joint-employment expansion case to the agency for review — a decision that some say means continued confusion for employers.
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Court: Travel time not compensable

The time temp workers spent being bused from a hotel and across a picket line to an assignment is not compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month.
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FedEx settles New York IC case for $2 million

The New York Attorney General’s office has settled an IC misclassification case with FedEx for $2 million.
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Talent management: How the leader’s role will change

To overcome talent management challenges, organizations need support from leadership. Fujitsu’s talent head discusses those challenges and how the leader’s role will change.
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US immigration outlook

From continued action surrounding H-1B visa holders, their spouses and employers to congressional oversight and more, a Forbes contributor details what to expect this year on the immigration front.
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