Grocery Store Chain Settles Claims of Discrimination Based on Failure to Hire Deaf Applicants, Federal Agency Charged
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Employees at Telhio Credit Union are already used to having their internal communications monitored to ensure compliance with US financial rules.
The labor activism runs the gamut of American industry, powered by the same grievances about wages, benefits and quality of life driving the Great Resignation
Workers are saying enough is enough.
U.S. organized labor is having a moment after decades of erosion in both influence and power, giving workers their best chance in recent memory to claw back lost ground.
More employees quit their jobs in August than in any month in the last two decades, the Labor Department reported on Tuesday.
Dear Annie: How much is appropriate to share in the workplace when it comes to personal matters?
Workplace culture has always been essential – but in the last 18 months, a strong, unified company culture has been more important than ever.
Apple fired an employee Thursday who was critical of the company’s handling of workplace misconduct allegations.
Brenda Oliver discusses challenges facing minority attorneys and best practices for self-advocacy, building confidence and procuring mentors in “Journeys to Equity: Brenda Oliver on Being Your Own Champion,” broadcast by The Women, Diversity & Change Podcast.
Alyson Guyan, Teresa Burke Wright and Caroline Cheng co-author “October Brings Changes to Washington, D.C., Leave Laws,” published by SHRM.
Pedro Jaime Torres-Díaz, Angela Quiles Nevarez and Arcelia Magaña co-author “How Our Firm Supports Lawyers of Hispanic Heritage,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Weldon Latham and Michael Hatcher discuss the likelihood of state legislatures instating corporate board diversity requirements and the potential implications for employers in “California board diversity requirements face legal challenge,” published by Roll Call.
THE NEW YORK STATE WORKERS COMPENSATION BOARD HAS ANNOUNCED A CHANGE IN POLICY REGARDING THE SECTION 32 AGREEMENT, EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 6, 2021
Three attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Hartford office have been listed in the 2021 Connecticut edition of Super Lawyers. The practices these attorneys represent—including Workers’ Compensation and Civil Litigation and Trial—highlights the strength of some of Goldberg Segalla’s key capabilities in the region.