Employment & Labor Blog
- Blog: Hunton Immigration and Nationality LawSpecial Event Visas: How Countries Adjust Immigration Processes for Global EventsPosted on August 22, 2019 by Lieselot K. WhitbeckIn 2018, the US received approximately 740,000 visitors a week. While that number looks big, when compared to the US population of 372 million, it is relatively small, equal to only .2 percent of the population. In stark contrast, last week Saudi Arabia, a country of about 33 million people, hosted about 140,000 international visitors... Continue Reading
- Blog: Waller Law BlogFederal credit union regulator provides guidance confirming that credit unions can loan to hemp businessesPosted on August 19, 2019 by Marc J. Adesso
- Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsDOL Updates Model CHIP NoticePosted on August 9, 2019 by Haynes and Boone Benefits GroupThe DOL has updated the model notice that employers providing group health coverage may use to notify eligible employees about Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (“CHIP”) premium assistance programs available in their home states. Employers must provide this notice before the start of the plan year. The updated model CHIP notice is available here. The post DOL Updates Model CHIP Notice appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.
- Blog: Labor & Employment Law BlogChicago Adopts “Fair Work Week Ordinance”Posted on July 26, 2019 by Abad LopezExpansive Law Aimed at Predictive Scheduling for Workers, Limiting Employers’ Ability to Unilaterally Change Work Hours On July 24, 2019, the City of Chicago enacted the “Fair Work Week Ordinance,” requiring that many businesses provide workers with up to two-weeks advance notice of their work hours and schedules. The FWW Ordinance becomes effective on July 1, 2020, and will require employers from a broad spectrum of industries to set most employee schedules at least 10 days in advance. Read More › Tags: