Tanya Bovée discusses the increase in compliance inquiries from employers regarding workplace risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in “Legal Fallout: Hartford law firms see spike in COVID-19-related business,” (page 16) published by the Hartford Business Journal.
Archives for September 22, 2020
“Incentive” or “service” awards to lead plaintiffs in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 (Rule 23) class actions are unlawful, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has ruled in a suit brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
In April 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued regulations excluding “Health Care Providers” from the reach of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act’s (FFCRA) leave entitlements, both as to expanded sick leave and expanded FMLA leave.
North and South Carolina are the least unionized states in the nation, but employers in the Carolinas should not overlook the protection the National Labor Relations Act provides for their non-union work forces, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breaking news: I’ve sometimes said the wrong thing. I’ve at best unintentionally, and at worst thoughtlessly forgotten someone’s name or made an insensitive remark, or simply made a statement that was wrong.
“Things happen here that never should have happened,” the host says. Warner Bros. started investigating her show in July, after complaints of a toxic workplace culture.
Some of the most important lessons about the workforce that institutions should include to prepare the leaders of tomorrow.
When health care companies mandate a flu vaccine, 98% of workers get immunized. Other industries rarely follow their lead.
A short-term extension has been helpful but hasn’t fully alleviated financial fears
In a recent campaign event held by the AFL-CIO, Joe Biden declared he would be the “strongest labor president you’ve ever had.”
The plaintiff ran into questions about whether the window had closed to file suit.
Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack of commitment. How would you react?
Black employees ask Secretary Steven Mnuchin to address what they describe as ‘rampant racism’ in letter
Another poll proves the COVID-19 crisis is taking a career toll on parents, and especially moms.