July 2020 Immigration Alert

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 7 Jul

Trump Administration Amends Presidential Proclamation That Temporarily Suspends New H-1B, H2B, J-1, and L-1 Visa and Travel from Abroad

Class Action Mooted When Class Representative Settles, Ninth Circuit Rules

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 25 Jun

On June 3, 2020, the Ninth Circuit dismissed a wage and hour class action on the grounds that once the class representative plaintiff settled his ind

Video: The COVID-19 Labor Market Imbalance - Employment Law This Week
Video: The COVID-19 Labor Market Imbalance - Employment Law This Week

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 24 Apr

As featured in #WorkforceWednesday: The COVID-19 pandemic has created a sudden imbalance in the labor market. While many employers are implementing l

Video: Coronavirus CARES Act Changes the Landscape for Employers - Employment Law This Week
Video: Coronavirus CARES Act Changes the Landscape for Employers - Employment Law This Week

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 2 Apr

As featured in #WorkforceWednesday: Last week, Congress passed and President Trump signed the CARES Act, a $2+ trillion stimulus law, which is the la

Cash Shortfalls: How to Mitigate the Effects of Coronavirus on Your Organization's Financial Health

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 30 Mar

A post on the Health Law Advisor blog will be of interest to many of our readers: “Coronavirus and Cash Shortfalls – What Can You Do to Mitigate the

Businesses May Have Insurance That Could Lessen the Economic Impact of COVID-19

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 23 Mar

The COVID-19 pandemic has leveled a blow against businesses everywhere. The Governors of New York, California, Illinois, and Pennsylvania, for exampl

Colorado Provides Further Guidance on Mandatory Paid Leave for COVID-19 Testing
Colorado Provides Further Guidance on Mandatory Paid Leave for COVID-19 Testing

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 20 Mar

As we explained in an earlier post, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment ("DLE") has issued new Health Emergency Leave with Pay ("HELP") R

D.C. Passes Emergency Legislation to Provide Additional Benefits to Employees in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic and to Provide Business Relief
D.C. Passes Emergency Legislation to Provide Additional Benefits to Employees in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic and to Provide Business Relief

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 20 Mar

On March 17, 2020, the District of Columbia passed the COVID-19 Response Emergency Amendment Act of 2020 (the "Act"), which extends additional benefi

Employers with a Unionized Workforce: Coronavirus Considerations
Employers with a Unionized Workforce: Coronavirus Considerations

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 17 Mar

A post on the Management Memo blog will be of interest to many of our readers: 'Coronavirus Considerations for Employers with a Unionized Workforce,'

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Update on Best Practices for Employers
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Update on Best Practices for Employers

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 28 Feb

In our new Advisory, 'Responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak: Update on Best Practices for Employers,' we review significant developments

Take 5 Newsletter - Prepping for Full Compliance! Five Important Legal Compliance Issues

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 14 May

Hospitality remains at the forefront of demanding industries where employers must be ever vigilant in their efforts to ensure full compliance with fe

Predictive Scheduling is Becoming the New Normal for Hospitality and Retail Industry
Predictive Scheduling is Becoming the New Normal for Hospitality and Retail Industry

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 28 Mar

Our colleagues Jeff Landes, Jeff Ruzal, and Adriana Kosovych are featured on Employment Law This Week – Predictive Scheduling Laws, the New Normal? –

NYC Commission on Human Rights Publishes New Guidance On Rights to Wear Hair

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 22 Feb

Our colleague Laura A. Stutz at Epstein Becker Green has a post on the Health Employment and Labor Blog that will be of interest to our readers in th

Mayor de Blasio Proposes Mandatory Paid Personal Time Law
Mayor de Blasio Proposes Mandatory Paid Personal Time Law

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 17 Jan

On January 9, 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his plan to make New York City the first city in the country to mandate that private sector employ

DOL Releases New Guidance on Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers - Employment Law This Week
DOL Releases New Guidance on Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers - Employment Law This Week

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 18 Dec

Featured on Employment Law This Week: The Department of Labor (“DOL”) rolls back the 80/20 rule. The rule prohibited employers from paying the tipped