It’s a small step toward achieving equitable pay.
Archives for July 14, 2020
A lawsuit by the state’s attorney general adds to pressure on the companies to consider their drivers full-time employees.
CBS Stations Group of Texas will pay $215,000 and furnish significant equitable relief to settle a federal age discrimination lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today.
A new study estimates that more than five million American workers lost their insurance this spring, a number higher than those in any full year of insurance losses.
Burning out is much worse than taking a few days off.
Building a strong workplace culture rooted in trust and community is more important than ever.
Amazon is launching neighborhood health care clinics for warehouse workers and their families.
Verizon hasn’t laid off any of its 135,000 employees during the pandemic. Instead, the company has retrained around 20,000 workers for new careers.
Here’s what my research suggests.
The unconscious bias training industry is booming. But online tests do little to even address overt, conscious bias
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has announced additional, statewide actions to contain the spread of COVID-19, including new Executive Order (EO) 2020-47 requiring restaurants with indoor seating to operate at less than 50% capacity.
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce that Courtney M. Malveaux and Melanie L. Paul have been named leaders of the firm’s national Workplace Safety and Health Practice Group. Between them, Mr. Malveaux and Ms. Paul have extensive experience helping employers navigate compliance regulations, policies and interpretations under OSHA, MSHA, and state and local agencies.
On July 13, 2020, the State of California announced that, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, the following industries must close indoor operations on a statewide basis:
Restaurants Wineries and tasting rooms Movie theaters Family entertainment centers Zoos and museums Cardrooms
Bars, breweries, and pubs
With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) now in effect (January 1, 2020) and enforceable by California’s Attorney General (“AG”) (July 1, 2020), the AG has published Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Designed to aid consumers in exercising their rights under the CCPA, the FAQs also contain helpful reminders for businesses and
Citing concerns about COVID cases being on the rise in California, today Governor Newsom announced a number of businesses that are being required to close again, effective immediately. Statewide, the following businesses are required to close indoor operations: