Jonathan Siegel and Shiva Anari co-author “Oakland Passes Right of Re-Employment Ordinance for Hospitality Workers,” published by SHRM.
Archives for July 28, 2020
Susan Groff authors “California Legislature Proposes Bill Mirroring Food-Sector Paid-Sick-Leave Order,” published by SHRM.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing throughout the United States, lawyers have had to come up with creative solutions to complete discovery, particularly when it comes to taking depositions.
As summer wanes, students at the University of New Hampshire are getting ready for school.
Businesses from Bangor to Barstow have begun reopening.
Foster City-based software publisher Guidewire Software, Inc. will pay $200,000 and hire a consultant to facilitate changes to its policies and training practices to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
The decision to start an investigation followed the publication of articles that included interviews with employees who complained of discrimination and mistreatment.
Hey all, it’s Olivia. The last five months have been hellish for American workers.
More than 3.5 million Americans are full, or part-time, public school teachers— and 76 percent of that workforce is female.
Kelli Trent, an insurance claim agent in Perry County, said her employer isn’t following health and safety COVID-19 guidelines.
Another major employer is embracing the remote work culture: Google has announced that their employees work from home until summer 2021.
Since 2015, scores of women have accused the company of fostering a workplace rife with sexual harassment—and of turning its back when they reported mistreatment.
Workers suing for age bias under federal law don’t need to show a younger replacement assumed all of their job duties to prevail, a former senior assistant county attorney in Georgia and the EEOC will tell the Eleventh Circuit today.
Cancel culture has become a new and trending global phenomenon in which people are exposing companies for turning a blind eye to discrimination.
Read what Prudie had to say in Part 2 of this week’s live chat.