Back in October of 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court was petitioned to review a Ninth Circuit ruling regarding the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act (“TCPA”) on the following issues: 1) whether the TCPA’s prohibition on calls made by an automatic telephone dialing system (“ATDS”) is an unconstitutional restriction of speech, and
Archives for July 21, 2020
The AFL-CIO has sued the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to stop implementation of changes to NLRB representation case procedures involving its blocking charge policy, the voluntary recognition bar doctrine, and its rule regarding National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Section 9(a) recognition in the construction industry.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s federally and state-administered Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) programs across the country receive complaints every day related to COVID-19. OSHA tracks all valid complaints and referrals received since February 1, 2020, with the N-16-COVID-19 additional code, and reports the data daily online at https://www.osha.gov/enforcement/covid-19-data.
COVID-19 related complaints filed with OSHA are on the rise. Nexsen Pruet health care attorney Darra James Coleman offers guidance on what you need to know when facing an OSHA investigation in the video below.
Last week, the US Supreme Court issued two rulings that affect a limited class of employers facing claims of discrimination.
Union Square Hospitality Group, which helped lead the move away from tips, changes course as its restaurants reopen.
In a speech in Delaware, Joseph R. Biden Jr. is expected to outline proposals covering care for small children, older adults and family members with disabilities.
Arkansas Teacher Retirement System alleges the money manager violated its fiduciary duties and abandoned risk controls
We asked the disability rights activists Judy Heumann, Alice Wong and Haben Girma to reflect on the 30th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. They said the work of a civil rights activist is never done.
Data is only as good as how you utilize it. Serena Huang, global head of data analytics at the Kraft Heinz Co., shared insights on how to utilize data analytics for effective workforce management.
The job cuts will be made across the company’s global sales and talent acquisition teams
Unconscious bias training (UBT) has been ‘done to death’ but why do people want it?
“We are committed to a balanced gender distribution and value a variety of backgrounds and experiences among our employees.”
During the coronavirus pandemic, essential workers have been putting their lives at risk to keep our hospitals, grocery stores and public transportation running. So Pennsylvania is providing a bit of help to help them through these difficult times.
From Boston to San Francisco, essential workers in cities around the U.S. walked off their jobs and took to the streets Monday to demand racial and economic justice as part of a nationwide “Strike for Black Lives.”