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"The Many Facets of Bostock" at University of Florida

2010 Florida Minimum Wage

Broward County Becomes the Second County in Florida to Adopt Wage Protection Ordinance

Broward Is Second Florida County to Address Wage Theft

California Employment Law for Florida Employers

Debit Cards: New Payroll Option for Florida Employers.

Does Florida Law Require Vacation Pay?

E-Verify Now Mandatory for Florida State Agencies and Contractors

Eleventh Circuit Weighs in on Florida Non-Compete Law

Failed By Florida

Federal Court Refuses to Enjoin Florida "Guns-at-Work Law" as Applied to Employees.

Federal Judge Rules Yet Another Florida Drug-Testing Program Unconstitutional

Fighting Florida Non-competition agreements

Five Rescued From Sinking PENNY V Off Sanibel Island, Florida

Five Rescued From Sinking PENNY V Off Sanibel Island, Florida

Florida Adds Vaping to Regulated Indoor Smoking

Florida Aims for Mandatory Drug Testing

Florida Bans Texting While Driving

Florida Case Demonstrates Limits of Legitimate Business Interest Test (Southern Wine v. Simpkins)

Florida Court finds Workers' Compensation Statute Unconstitutional

Florida District Court Decertifies Class of 20,000 Servers and Bartenders Alleging FLSA Violations

Florida Employers Face Mid-Year Minimum Wage Increase

Florida Employers Face Two Increases in Minimum Wage in 2009.

Florida Employers Must Comply with Increased Federal Minimum Wage Rate.

Florida Expands Rights of Returning National Guard Members.

Florida Federal Court Rules Employees May Leave Guns in Cars While at Work.

Florida Governor Inflates Cost Of Medicaid Expansion By 2,500% To Avoid Implementing Obamacare

Florida Governor Requires Florida State Agencies to Use E-Verify

Florida Healthcare Providers See Dramatic Rise in Organizing Activity Posted on February 23rd, 2012

Florida House Committee Approves E-Verify Measure

Florida Judges May Not Be "Friends" With Lawyers.

Florida Judges May Not Connect With Lawyers Online

Florida jury awards carpenter $210,000

Florida jury awards carpenter $210,000

Florida Law Changes Reemployment Rights of National Guard Members Returning from State Active Duty

Florida Law for Employer Defamation

Florida Law Prohibits Discrimination Based on "Marital Status," Not on the Spouse's Identity.

Florida Leads Race to the Bottom on Unemployment Compensation

Florida Led Nation in FLSA Lawsuits in 2009

Florida may turn down Trump’s plan to increase jobless aid

Florida Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees Also Rises on July 24, 2009

Florida Minimum Wage Has Risen to $7.93

Florida Minimum Wage Increases to $7.31 Effective June 1, 2011

Florida Minimum Wage Rate Increases to $7.67 Effective January 1, 2012

Florida Minimum Wage Rising to $7.79

Florida Minimum Wage Rising To $8.05

Florida Minimum Wage Unchanged in 2011

Florida nurses rally for improved staffing and whistleblower protections

Florida nurses rally for improved staffing and whistleblower protections

Florida Supreme Court Finds State Law Bans Pregnancy Discrimination

Florida Supreme Court Rules Florida Civil Rights Act Bars Pregnancy Discrimination

Florida Supreme Court Strikes Down Miami Beach Minimum Wage

Florida Supreme Court Upholds Legislation Requiring Public Employees to Contribute to Retirement Accounts

Florida Unemployment Compensation Law Has Become More “Employer Friendly”

Florida Whistleblower's Act Protects Employees of the Government and Companies that Contract with Florida Governments

Florida Workers' Compensation Statute Unconstitutional?

Florida wrongful discharge law

Florida's Miami-Dade Wage Theft Ordinance Amended, Employers Allowed Certain Pay Day Practices.

Florida's Minimum Wage Rate Increases January 1, 2019

Florida's Minimum Wage Rate Increases January 1, 2020

Florida's Minimum Wage to Increase on January 1, 2015

Florida's Minimum Wage to Increase on January 1, 2015

Florida's Minimum Wage Will Be $7.79 on January 1

Florida's Minimum Wage Will Increase by Six Cents on June 1, 2011

Floridas 2019 Legislative Session Yields Bills Related to Vaping in the Workplace and Unemployment Benefits for Domestic Violence Victims

Floridas New Data Breach Notification Requirements Take Effect July 1

Georgia Garnishments, Florida Minimum Wage and Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors

Harley Storrings is published in South Florida Business Journal on March Madness in the workplace

Harley Storrings quoted in South Florida Sun Sentinel on the danger of talking about politics in the workplace

Harthill Leaves Florida Coastal for U.S. Department of Labor

Important Changes to Florida's Unemployment Compensation Law

Miami Minimum Wage Ordinance Remains Invalid after Review Denied by Florida Supreme Court

Miami-Dade County, Florida, to Prohibit Discrimination Based on Gender Identity and Expression

Migrant farmworkers are headed north from Florida, afraid of COVID-19 but with little choice

Minimum Wage in Florida Set to Increase

More Local 'Wage Theft' Ordinances May Soon Be Enacted in Florida

Myers v. Central Florida Investments Inc., No. 08-16291 (11th Cir. Jan. 6, 2010)

New Agreement Means $2.2M in Back Pay, New Work for Florida IATSE Members

New Executive Order Requires Florida Agencies to Comply with E-Verify

New Florida Background Check Required

New Florida Data Security and Breach Law Effective July 1

New Florida Statute Requires Schools To Provide Information About Sex Offenders

New Year, New Legislative Session Greets Florida Employers

Non-Compete News: Florida Senator Rubio Proposes Legislation to Loosen Grip on Non-Compete Agreements

Now You Can Also Get Your Florida Employment Updates Through "Twitter"

Preliminary Injunction Ruling Partly Upholds Florida's Guns-at-Work Law.

President Of Florida-Based Company Threatens To Fire Employees If Romney Loses

Priorities USA launches Latino persuasion program in Florida

Proponents of Florida's Medical Marijuana Amendment Have High Hopes But Will Its Passing Affect Your Workplace Policies?

Qualified Privilege Protects Florida Employers from Employee Reference Defamation Suits

Share Floridas Minimum Wage Will Increase on January 1 to $8.46 per Hour and $5.44 for Tipped Employees

South Florida AFL-CIO Rallies for Unemployment Insurance

State of Florida Violates Federal Law By Not Raising Minimum Wage

Texas and Florida, Defying CDC Guidance, Aren’t Prioritizing Vaccination of Farmworkers

The $15 Minimum Wage Won in Florida, But Biden Didn’t. Here’s Why.

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Two Florida Restaurants Ordered to Pay Workers more than $900,000

Understanding Florida's Workers' Compensation Retaliation Statute

What Florida's Ban on Marital Status Discrimination Means (and Doesn't Mean)

Working Life Episode 194: Two Hollywood Tales—A Union Win in California, A Florida Progressive Aims to Fire Debbie Wasserman-Schulz

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