California voters will decide on several important propositions in the upcoming November election, including three employment law issues that could have far-ranging implications for California employers and businesses.
Archives for October 20, 2020
FordHarrison was ranked tenth on Law360’s 2020 Glass Ceiling Report list for law firms with 101-250 attorneys. In the report, Law360 compares law firms of a similar size on two straightforward measures: the percentage of female attorneys at the firm and the percentage of female equity partners. FordHarrison’s percentage of female attorneys is 44% and FordHarrison’s equity partnership is 31 percent female, dramatically higher than the typical law firm.
Jessica Källström-Schreckengost is spotlighted for receiving the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Award of Special Merit for her pro bono services supporting transgender individuals during the legal name change process in “NSBA Award Recipient Helps Transgender People Change Names,” published by The Daily Record.
Too often this conversation pits parents against nonparents, but that’s damaging to both groups—and misses the larger problem.
Target said it will spend more than $70 million on another round of employee bonuses during the coronavirus pandemic.
A conversation with Harvard Business School’s Raj Choudhury about why more companies are building all- or mostly remote workforces.
Conduent Business Services, LLC, a technology-based business services company headquartered in Florham Park, N.J., will pay $77,500 and provide other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Fewer than 3 out of 10 employees who are working remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic say they expect to return to their physical workplace by the end of the year, and some groups feel more pressure than others to do so, results of a recent survey suggest.
Perhaps now more than ever, emails are the lifeblood of day to day workplace communications.
Trump’s attack on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has left workers vulnerable to Covid-19.
Employee engagement is the buzz term that just won’t go away.
How Improving Job Quality in Workforce Accountability Can Help Close Equity Gaps
Tom Lynch is an upbeat guy. He’s 75, and still has his job as an accountant in North Carolina. He gets to work from home.
Disney Streaming Service is entitled to dismissal of a male product designer’s Title VII lawsuit alleging that he was discriminated against on the basis of his wife’s pregnancy.