The American Bankers Association joined 92 other trade associations in a letter last week urging the Department of Labor to “abandon or postpone” issuance of a proposed rule to modify existing overtime regulations.
The Department of Justice issued guidance on the use of algorithms and artificial intelligence in hiring processes and employers’ responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Supreme Court today blocked the employer vaccine mandate issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which would have required employers with 100 or more employees to ensure staff are vaccinated or tested weekly for COVID-19, among other requirements.
A federal court in Georgia today enjoined the federal government nationwide from enforcing its vaccine mandate for federal contractors working on federal contracts.
A federal court enjoined the federal government from enforcing its vaccine mandate for federal contractors working on federal contracts in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. Banks that conduct business with the federal government or that have branches on military bases or other federal property may be subject to the vaccine mandate.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ stay of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s vaccine mandate is expected to remain in place until at least Dec. 10, based on a court order filed right before Thanksgiving.
A federal appellate court on Saturday issued an administrative stay of enforcement of the emergency temporary standard that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to be fully vaccinated or test weekly for COVID-19.
American Banker Magazine today published its eighth annual list of the best banks to work for, and ABA member banks account for 66 of the 85 honorees.
Regulators will expect banks to be better prepared for the next crisis event, and they have offered guidance on how you should prepare.
Littler Mendelson, a law firm specializing in employment issues, on Sunday wrote to the Department of Labor to convey feedback from ABA and other industry trade groups on how DOL should implement the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which was signed into law in mid-March.