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The overtime rule announced earlier this year is forcing small businesses to adapt.
Disney, set to open a $5.5 billion theme park in mainland China on Thursday, said it took any violation of labor regulations 'seriously' and that it would investigate any allegations against its suppliers.
A contractor allegedly took advantage of foreign workers to build Tesla's U.S. facilities.
The lawsuit had claimed that Uber drivers are employees and thus entitled to reimbursement of expenses.
California Cartage is accused of violating workers' rights to organize and threatening workers with dismissal.
The burger giant is accused of violating employee rights as a joint employer.
The fast-food giant has been the subject of increasing scrutiny around the globe.
Everybody's working for the weekend, but is it best to get 'er done in long, eight-hour stints? Probably not.
What exactly should you be telling the Department of Labor about its proposed "white collar" exemption changes?
The case could decide whether Uber's drivers are independent contractors or employees.
However, the ruling to classify a San Francisco-based driver as an employee instead of an independent contractor could potentially change how sharing-economy companies operate.
The ruling is the latest in a host of legal and regulatory challenges facing the smartphone-based ride-hailing service.
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The attorney filing the suit says she foresees a legal trend around privacy and productivity tracking.
The pay increase at its company-operated U.S. restaurants threatens to complicate an ongoing labor dispute that turns on whether McDonald's can be held responsible for the labor violations of its franchisees.
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