Even when the pandemic ends, many employees will continue to work from home. Here’s how managers can make sure those workers stay productive—without burning out.
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An African American female had been to the hospital three times in a week for severe abdominal pain. Yelling for pain medication, she returned with the same complaint.
Despite several attempts, Congress has struggled to push forward a federal consumer privacy law over the past few years. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which has raised concerns regarding location monitoring, GPS tracking and use of health data, has heightened the urgency for federal consumer privacy legislation. In May, a group
On July 30, 2020, Wisconsin joined 31 other states—including Alabama, California, and Pennsylvania—with a statewide face covering order. Governor Tony Evers issued Emergency Order #1, requiring all individuals in Wisconsin over the age of five and medically able to do so to don cloth face coverings (not including face shields
Due to safety guidelines, you are probably conducting all interviews over the phone or via video conferencing. Fair enough.
What do you do if you have a hearing-impaired candidate who says that neither of those options works for her?
This is the type of situation that comes up from time
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ruled that Browning-Ferris Industries is not a joint employer of employees of one of its contractors. Browning-Ferris Industries of California, Inc., 369 NLRB No. 139 (July 29, 2020) (B-F II).
The NLRB held that the Obama-era NLRB’s 2015 decision that overruled 30 years