Expanded EEO-1 Form No Longer Required: Prior Form Due March 31, 2018

On August 29, 2017, the Office of Management and Budget issued a stay of the collection of certain additional pay information sought to be collected on the EEO-1 Form, which was expanded on September 29, 2016.  Effective immediately, such pay information is not required to be disclosed by employers.  The deadline for submission of the… Continue reading Expanded EEO-1 Form No Longer Required: Prior Form Due March 31, 2018

Governor Resolves Oregon Daily/Weekly Overtime Issue

On August 8, 2017, the Governor signed House Bill 3458 and resolved the question of how manufacturing employers are required to pay overtime to employees who work both daily and weekly overtime.  Pursuant to HB 3458, manufacturing employers are required to pay the greater of the amount of daily or weekly overtime accrued each week… Continue reading Governor Resolves Oregon Daily/Weekly Overtime Issue

Washington Supreme Court Answers Meal Break Questions

The Washington Supreme Court recently answered two certified questions from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals about employee meal breaks under Washington law.  First, the Court found that an “employer is not automatically liable if a meal break is missed because the employee may waive the meal break.” Second, the Court held that: “an employee… Continue reading Washington Supreme Court Answers Meal Break Questions