Executive Summary: On July 22, 2020, in a response to an increase in reported coronavirus cases in the area, the District of Columbia expanded mask requirements in a Mayoral Order that takes immediate effect.
Archives for July 23, 2020
Retailers, analysts and trade groups say the pandemic could change the size and makeup of the retail industry for years to come.
Even as restrictions ease, working from home will continue for many. Experts offer tips for bridging the distance.
Employment remains an elusive goal for many. A recent hiring strategy may win pats on the back, but advocates fear it may pigeonhole people with disabilities.
On July 1, 2020, a series of employment protection laws went into effect in Virginia.
For years, people with disabilities have been denied work from home (WFH) accommodations, with skeptical employers citing that WFH would decrease productivity, increase security risks, and cause undue hardship on an organization – the threshold that defines an accommodation as “unreasonable.”
As employees return to the office after the coronavirus shutdown, navigating new workplace norms can be tricky and costly for employers making assumptions about their staff’s needs.
More than 10,000 people have taken the online test “Which Types Of Power Do You Use?” and the data shows that around 60% of executives and managers don’t feel like they have enough power to accomplish all their goals.
Female employees have been told by bosses to dress “sexier” and wear make-up for video calls while working from home due to the coronavirus crisis, a new study suggests.
Approximately 50% of workers are now considered millennials.
Dr. David Morris died a few weeks ago at the age of 83. Fortunately, his family was with him, and it was peaceful. He was my dentist when I was a teenager and the father of one of my best friends.
People don’t often have fond memories of
Shortly after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US, many states, counties, and cities issued stay-at-home or shelter-in-place (collectively, SIP) orders to combat the spread of the virus. Please click here to review the early impacts of these sweeping orders.
In recent weeks, many authorities have issued executive
During a pandemic, protests, and a polarized election season, employers have walked an ever-increasingly fine line between protecting employee speech in the workplace and enforcing rules on workplace conduct. That conflict is no more evident than the line of cases under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act
Today, July 22, Chicago’s City Council adopted a landmark Police Collective Bargaining Agreement which includes many important and long sought reforms in the police department. Last week before the City Council’s Workforce Development Committee, David Johnson and Jim Franczek testified for […]
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