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EEOC Aims to Require Pay Data

EEOC Aims to Require Pay Data

The EEOC recently proposed requiring employers with more than 100 employees to report on pay data to assist the agency in identifying pay discrimination.

New White House Regulatory Agenda

The White House has released a revised regulatory agenda which includes rules on carbon emissions and water pollution, overtime pay, and the so-called “persuader” rule.

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Bill to Clarify Joint Employer Standard Advances

Last week, the House Education and the Workforce Committee approved legislation (H.R. 3459) that would roll back the NLRB’s decision on redefining “joint employer” which would result in drastically expanded union reach.

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EEOC Rule on Wellness and Genetic Information

Late last week, the EEOC issued a proposed rule to amend genetic information sharing regulations in order to bring it in-line with increased wellness program incentives approved under ACA.

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House Committee Examines Overtime Rules

Last week, the House Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations held a hearing on the recent overtime rules proposed by the Department of Labor where the process and the rules were highly criticized.

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The types of retirement plans that are available to small-business owners today may rival those used by large corporations. Discover the features and benefits associated with some of your options.

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Are Your Loved Ones Protected?

NSBA corporate partner AXA is encouraging NSBA members to educate themselves about the important role life insurance plays in helping Americans get the coverage they need to protect themselves and their loved ones.

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NLRB Extends Reach to Small Business

The NLRB recently issued a series of decisions–all of which have negative consequences for business—including one that could extend the jurisdiction of the NLRB to non-unionized small businesses.

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Overtime Rules: Hurry up and Wait

The DOL’s proposed overtime rules have received nearly 250,000 comments — including NSBA’s and those of its members which were highly critical of the proposal — with a final rule not likely until 2016.

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Obama Mandates Contractors to Offer Sick Leave

On Labor Day this week, President Obama signed an Executive Order that would mandate federal contractors to provide up to seven paid sick days to all employees.

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