National Law Review Updates

It’s nice to see states catching up to where organized labor’s been for a long time: equal pay for equal work.

Thinking of using job-site cameras with facial-recognition tech to track employees goofing off out back?  Or fingerprints to see who actually attends that all-important meeting that just happens to be in a very tempting Vegas casino?  There are laws about that:

More on the reasoning behind the Kentucky Supreme Court’s decision upholding right-to-work:

Yes, employers should consult unions before changing mandatory safety policies:

For those of you who are wondering (and of course you are), “OFCCP” stands for Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. And apparently it’s going great guns: