Monthly Archives: December 2015

Third Circuit rules that employer can be sued under Title VII by temporary workers leased from staffing companies

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently held in Faush vs. Tuesday Morning, Inc. that a temporary worker hired by a staffing company could sue the company where he was placed for race discrimination under Title VII. The key issue before the court was whether an “employment relationship” existed between the...
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Third Circuit addresses whether meal period restrictions are violations under the FLSA in Babcock vs. Butler County

Are employers required to pay their employees if they’re not working during a meal period? Possibly, and here’s what you need to know in light of the Third Circuit’s recent decision in Babcock vs. Butler County. In Babcock, the corrections officers at the Butler County Prison filed a class-action lawsuit...
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