Flexibility has a high return on investment.
Archives for September 14, 2020
Remote work isn’t likely to go away anytime soon, and neither should the focus on physical and mental health in the workplace.
As the Digital Age advances and technology takes over more jobs, workers must get better at those “human” skills computers can’t do.
It could be next summer before the bulk of the Washington region’s workers return to their offices after months spent teleworking because of the novel coronavirus, according to a new survey.
American workers have both fewer and more rights than they think.
Judith Ramirez received a letter this month that she’d been dreading: The Honolulu hotel that furloughed her from a housekeeping job in March, during the lockdown triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, made her layoff permanent.
Experts in racial equity training and civil rights history say the move is a pre-election stunt.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has issued final regulations related to the COVID-19 job protection act signed into law on March 20, 2020.
Clifford Atlas discusses recent developments regarding the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the impact of furloughs related to the COVID-19 pandemic on restrictive covenants in “5 Noncompete Developments To Watch For As 2020 Ends,” published by Law360.
Michael Lotito reflects on the Workplace Policy Institute’s Labor Day Report.
Human Resource Executive
Philip Berkowitz explains how to handle sexual harassment workplace investigations domestically and internationally.
American Bar Association
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On September 11, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued revised regulations under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) following a federal court’s decision that invalidated a handful of regulatory provisions interpreting the FFCRA. Although the DOL was widely expected to address the court decision through revised