The National Labor Relations Board clarified its rerun election procedures in cases of uncontested election misconduct. Dynamic Concepts, 371 NLRB No. 117 (July 22, 2022).
Employers must investigate potential workplace misconduct, particularly when it implicates internal equal employment opportunity policies.
During its most recent term, the United States Supreme Court issued eight decisions that may affect California employers. We summarize these rulings below.
The real estate industry, and the people employed in it, build and maintain communities driving domestic growth.
The emergence of Monkeypox has created yet another layer of challenges for employers in a work environment that is already saturated with complex decisions in […]
Before offering a foreign national a permanent position, an employer must demonstrate to the Department of Labor that it tested the market and could not […]
The U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (commonly known as the Access Board) announced that it intends to issue an Advance Notice of Proposed […]
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The Colorado General Assembly was busy drafting and passing numerous employment laws during its 2022 legislative session, creating a wave of change for employers in […]
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has been busy this summer with the release of several Interpretive Notice & Formal Opinions (INFOs), providing […]
In this episode, Jen reminds listeners about their obligations under the Cal/OSHA ETS, what to do when COVID-19 hits their workplace, and how the CDPH’s […]
After an explosion of “website accessibility” cases in recent years where plaintiffs sue internet-based companies under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) […]
By: What, if Any, Steps Should California Employers be Taking to Address the Monkeypox Outbreak Monkeypox is now a public health emergency. In July, the […]