The OSHA Standard for Reporting and Recording Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, 29 C.F.R. § 1904, requires that certain employers track work related illnesses and injuries of their employees throughout the year, and post the summaries of those injuries from the previous year from February 1 to April 30. OSHA’s deadline for employers to post their annual summary of injuries and illnesses is February 1, 2012.
A recent EAT decision has looked at the tricky area of a workers’ entitlement to holiday pay and the ability to carry over holiday from one year to the next. The case considered whether a worker who neither took, nor tried to take, holiday entitlement during a number of years’ absence was entitled to statutory… Continue Reading
Today, the White House announced the recess appointments of three nominees to fill vacancies at the NLRB. After Member Craig Becker’s recess appointment expired yesterday, the Board lost its quorum and was unable to issue decisions under the Supreme Court’s decision in New Process Steel. The Board has not had five Members since August 2010…. Continue Reading