The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) continues to make significant progress in managing pending inventories of charges, hearings and appeals, and secured record recovery for victims of discrimination during fiscal year 2020, which ended Sept. 30, the agency reported in its annual Fiscal Year 2020 Agency Financial Report published on Nov. 16.
Archives for November 17, 2020
Hit hard by job losses and the pandemic’s effect on schooling and child care, American women face short-term difficulties and long-term repercussions.
Despite reports of risks, many employees would prefer in-person or hybrid working to fully remote.
Question: After years of having bad managers, I decided to take a career break.
What’s the best way to manage work-related requests when you’re taking time off, especially when holding onto your job seems more critical than ever?
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and some of his organization’s largest affiliate unions are getting behind Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. But others are pushing Rep. Andy Levin.
Indiana has exited Stage 5 and the “Back on Track Plan” in favor of county-by-county restrictions. For Marion County, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett has imposed additional restrictions.
Mary Bradley is spotlighted for leaving her role as a senior trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Labor to join Jackson Lewis’ Workplace Safety and Health Practice Group, bringing extensive experience in OSHA law matters in “Jackson Lewis Lures Workplace Safety Pro From DOL,” published by Law360.
In a Monday press conference on Facebook Live, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves laid out an ambitious plan to eliminate the state’s individual income tax in the upcoming legislative session starting in January.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Matthew B. Banocy and Jamie M. Westbrook, Counsels in the firm’s St. Louis office, were named to the 2020 Missouri Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers magazine.
As the NCAA Men’s Basketball 2020-2021 regular season schedule is about to begin in the midst of escalating coronavirus pandemic spikes and increasing hospitalizations around the country, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee announced today the relocation of 13 predetermined preliminary round sites for the 2021 Division I Men’s
On November 1, 2020, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York in Palmer et al. v. Amazon.com Inc. et al., No. 20-cv-2468, 2020 WL 6388599, dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon alleging failures to comply with New York law and “New York Forward” minimum requirements for
Michigan is experiencing “an exponential growth” in COVID-19 cases, with daily new cases reaching over 6,000 (three times more than last spring) and more than 3,000 Michiganders currently hospitalized. To combat the rise in cases, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on November 15, 2020, issued
Littler’s Dionysia Johnson-Massie and Detrachia “Tray” André join Alyesha Asghar Dotson to discuss the rising popularity of facilitated workplace discussions about race (also known as “Courageous Conversations”) as an invaluable diversity, equity, and inclusion tool.