As I previously posted , Florida’s new $15 minimum wage (passed by voters) has to go through a legislative implementation process which may exclude certain businesses or certain employees.
Florida voters once again showed their approval for a progressive ballot initiative. Florida’s Amendment 2, which proposed a gradual increase of Florida’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, received…
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I was listening to NPR this morning, and they had a news story about more and more employers telling smokers that they “need not apply.” These nicotine based employment hiring…
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Pleased to announce that Fox Rothschild has published a “National Survey on Marijuana in the Workplace and Drug Testing Laws,” this state-by-state guide will help businesses navigate complex
Hurricane Irma did a number on South Florida and the Keys and while many people have no power and damage (myself included), we are all getting back to work. Over…
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Thereafter, several other bills have been put forward and one…
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