Delay Proposed For Maryland Paid Sick Leave


Last week, we reported that the General Assembly had overridden Governor Hogan’s veto of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, and that employers in Maryland would be required to provide paid sick leave as soon as February 11, 2018.
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Help Wanted: How Your Online Job Advertisements Could Be Considered Age Discrimination


More and more employers are seeking employees on the internet through targeted advertisements on Facebook.
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Warning: Scammers Say, "Show Me Your Employees' W-2s!"


As employers prepare to send employees their W-2s for last year by the end of the month, cybercriminals are preparing phishing emails under the guise of company executives requesting personal information on employees.
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General Assembly Overrides Governor’s Veto: Maryland Employers Have Less Than 30 Days to Implement Paid Sick Leave


Last year, we reported that Governor Hogan had vetoed legislation that would have required most employers in Maryland to provide paid sick leave.
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New Year’s Resolution: Overcoming H-1B RFEs in 2018


As mentioned in our last blog post, H-1B petitions filed during 2017 were subjected to a dramatic and unprecedented increase in scrutiny by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (“USCIS”).
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