By: Maxine Neuhauser

Hospitality industry employers are likely to be particularly impacted by amendments to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“LAD”), which became effective January 22, 2014. The primary focus of the amendments was the addition of pregnancy as a protected classification and the requirement for employers to provide reasonable accommodation to allow

By Jordan B. Schwartz

Virtually all hospitality employers are aware that pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), they are required to compensate employees for all hours worked. What is not as clear, however, is whether the time an employee spends at training programs, lectures, meetings, and other similar activities should be considered hours worked. As

Our colleagues Kara Maciel and Adam Solander have a new Law360 article, "Where ERISA and the Affordable Care Act Collide," that serves as an important wake-up call on staffing decisions that employers have to face.

Following is an excerpt:

In July 2013, the Obama administration announced a delay of the employer mandate provision