Originally set to debut this week, the 18th season of The Ellen DeGeneres Show will now begin on September 21.
Archives for September 9, 2020
Sept. 1 marked the first day of the payroll tax deferral, a temporary suspension of the 6.2% tax employees pay toward Social Security. It’s in effect through the end of the year.
In a memo sent Wednesday from Goldman CEO David Solomon and his top deputies, the bank alerted its workforce that it was preparing for more employees to return to its offices around the world.
U.S. job openings increased further in July, though more workers quit their jobs in the retail as well as professional and business services industries likely because of fears of exposure to COVID-19 and problems with childcare.
Companies across sectors are isolating workers using many of the strategies that have kept basketball players safe from coronavirus; ‘Camp Quarantine’
A judge rebuffed a Labor Department move that made it harder for employees to win judgments against parent companies over pay violations.
As the United States reels from the COVID-19 pandemic’s catastrophic economic damage, the tight labor markets from early 2020 seem like a distant memory.
From double-decker party boats to shadowy riverside gatherings, college students have found a way to party. Will the fall semester survive?
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Alison L. Lynch has been elevated to Office Managing Principal of the firm’s Orange County office, succeeding Samantha N. Hoffman. Ms. Hoffman, a member of the firm’s Board of Directors, will focus on her newly created role of Administrative Liaison on our Board of Directors.
Patrick Peters and James Verdi discuss the workplace safety and liability implications related to employee vacation travel during the COVID-19 pandemic in “No Vacation for You!” broadcast by the Legal Talk Network.
Last month we forecasted that Cal/OSHA was primed to issue COVID-19 safety citations in the near future. Low and behold those predictions have come to fruition, and just in time for the Labor Day holiday.
September 9, 2020
In the early stages of the COVID global pandemic, employers were forced to immediately adapt from on-site to remote work arrangements. However, as employers are reopening and recalling employees to return onsite, the question is whether the employer must automatically grant or extend teleworking as a reasonable accommodation to every employee with a disability who requests to continue the arrangement.
Littler’s Workplace Policy Institute’s (WPI) annual Labor Day report examines the state of the American workforce. Prior WPI Labor Day reports focused on key employment developments and trends to provide employers with insight on the state of work and what to expect in the coming year. Employers need no
Commercial enterprises doing business in Louisiana are beginning their recovery in the wake of Hurricane Laura. Many face catastrophic property losses, often accompanied by business income losses due to a complete cessation of business activities. Fortunately, many business owners have had the foresight to contract for business interruption insurance (also called “business
Rumors can send people into a panic. Additionally, some people are super nervous about exposure to Covid-19 that even if they don’t meet the Centers for Disease Control’s definition of exposed, they are concerned if they’ve had any peripheral contact with someone who tested positive. So, naturally, businesses want