Keep up with all the recent changes, evolving at a rapid pace, to labor and employment law.
See what changes have developed in August.
After a summer of lobbying and debating, the California Assembly adopted AB 5, a headline-grabbing law purporting to transform the status of gig-economy workers at companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash.
on how this law will impact the "gig economy" in CA.
It's an unfortunate fact that some workers are accidentally injured or killed on the job.
Here's a look at how many occupational fatalities there were in recent years and what those deaths and injuries cost employers annually.
Florida businesses will see another workers' comp rate decrease next year if the latest filing by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is approved by Florida regulators.
See why NCCI is proposing the decrease.
The Wall Street Journal
Buoyed by legislative passage of a bill in California, unions in New York are pushing to change state law to extend employment protections for app-based workers.
Find out what labor groups in NY are saying.
Fall protection remained the mostly cited violation by the U.S. Occupational and Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in fiscal year 2019, according to preliminary figures.
Take a look at OSHA's top 10 most cited hazards.
The Workers' Compensation Bureau of California (WCIRB) released its latest quarterly report on insurer experience as of June 30.
Check out the findings in the latest WCIRB report.