Employment

CBS Kills Moonves Exit Pay After Covington, Debevoise Probe

CBS Corp. announced Monday that former CEO Leslie Moonves won’t get a severance payment reportedly worth $120 million, after an investigation by Covington & Burling LLP and Debevoise & Plimpton LLP found the former executive violated company policies and didn’t cooperate with the probe into sexual harassment at the media giant…

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Calif. High Court OKs Meal Break Waiver For Health Workers

Golden State health care workers don’t have to take a second meal break during shifts lasting longer than 12 hours, meaning they can opt to leave work a half hour sooner, the California Supreme Court said Monday…

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Quad/Graphics Must Pay Pension Fund, 9th Circ. Says

Wisconsin-based marketing and printing firm Quad/Graphics Inc. will have to pay a multi-employer pension plan several million dollars after a Ninth Circuit appeals panel on Friday upheld a lower court’s ruling that the fund had correctly calculated how much the company owed after it pulled out of the plan…

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UChicago Must Bargain With Student Library Workers: NLRB

The University of Chicago must recognize the collective-bargaining rights of students employed at the school’s libraries, despite the university’s contention that federal labor law doesn’t give the students the right to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday…

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