A successful ballot measure in California makes drivers and other workers contractors, but the companies face continued pushback.
Archives for November 11, 2020
What was once constitutionally prohibited is now constitutionally required.
The California ballot measure could be the most radical undoing of labor legislation since Taft-Hartley.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission approved changes to its workplace religious discrimination guidance to account for recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on religious defenses and accommodations, teeing it up for White House review.
Health and safety officers would ordinarily check on staff to ensure desks, chairs and workstations are set up appropriately but law firms are now having to ensure they fulfil these assessments for its remote workforce.
As workforce demographics shift and global markets emerge, workplace diversity has become a business necessity.
In his monthly column, Michael W. Peregrine discusses new research that calls on boards to understand that their responsibility should also include objectives such as inclusion and diversity, health and safety, and workforce reduction plans.