Blog: Labor & Employment Law

Spring Is In the Air, Which Means Love . . . And a Sexual Harassment Information Sheet Distribution Deadline

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In Labor & Employment Law | On April 5, 2019

Although it is spring, the start of summer will be here before you know it. Now is a great time for spring cleaning of HR policy, including making sure measures are in place to meet new distribution requirements concerning a specific sexual harassment information sheet. In short, although employers are already required to distribute an […]

Delaware’s Non-Flexible Test For Counting Workers as “Independent Contractors” Under the New Sexual Harassment Law

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In Labor & Employment Law | On December 7, 2018

In response to a blog post that is available here, I received the following question: In the new Delaware sexual harassment law, as it pertains to the meaning of “independent contractor,” must a person working in Delaware be counted as an “employee” when s/he performs work that is inside the usual course of business of […]

New “Independent Contractor” Issue Under Delaware Employment Law: Is a Future Delaware FLSA Statute Coming?

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In Labor & Employment Law | On November 20, 2018

I previously wrote about the new Delaware sexual harassment law that becomes effective January 1, 2019. For a discussion about that, see my article available here. As I stated in that article, it may be significant that, for the first time, Delaware’s employment practices law now addresses “independent contractors.” For now, the significance of the […]

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