John Long is spotlighted for providing legal counsel during a NCAA decision regarding student athlete transfer eligibility in “South Alabama basketball player Michael Flowers eligible after NCAA reverses decision,” published by the Alabama Media Group.
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Jackson Lewis is spotlighted for its recent recognition in Law360’s 2020 Glass Ceiling Report as the no. 1 “Ceiling Smasher” ranked by female equity partner percentage in “Jackson Lewis ranked number one Ceiling Smasher,” published by L&E Global.
As directed in the recent controversial Executive Order (EO) 13950– Combatting Race and Gender Stereotyping, OFCCP is publishing in the Federal Register a request for information (RFI) seeking to collect information regarding training materials that may contain “divisive concepts” or promote sex and race stereotyping or scapegoating. The Agency also
When it comes to disability and leave management, the past year has been one HR hurricane after another. Everything is different, including our Annual Disability & Leave Management Symposium. We know you are as frustrated as we are. We wanted to have an old fashioned, in-person conference, but in the
On Wednesday, October 21, 2020, the CDC issued new guidance expanding the definition of a “close contact” from someone who has been within 6 feet of a COVID-19 positive person for 15 minutes or more to:
Job candidates have more leverage than they once did.
As the U.S. presidential election draws near, it’s seemingly inevitable that the topic of politics will come up at work. According to a February Glassdoor poll of over 1,200 employed adults, 57% of workers say they have talked about politics while on the job — even though 60% say they “believe discussing politics at work is unacceptable.”
When I first set foot in Venice, I was dazzled by the beauty and culture—the aroma and flavor of Italian pastas, the priceless antiquities, the architectural design of the ancient buildings and the romantic gondolas floating in the canals.
The ability of many organizations to shift seamlessly to remote work during the COVID-19 crisis has surprised almost all of us.
With more Americans working remotely than ever before, some organizations are scrambling to craft a “virtual culture” in an effort to maintain performance in the “new normal” — and to prepare for the “next normal.”
It’s the end of the workplace as we’ve known it: there is no longer a separation of our professional & personal selves.
Workers at Amazon are calling on groups around the country to help shut down Amazon warehouses temporarily on Halloween if the company does not give all its employees a paid day off to vote.
The move would give the president greater freedom to weed out what he sees as a “deep state” bureaucracy.
With temporary layoffs turning permanent and career paths derailed, economists say a new coronavirus wave could derail the recovery.
The Vermont senator is interested in joining Joe Biden’s Cabinet, should his former primary rival defeat President Donald Trump.