No industry is immune to privacy and cybersecurity risks, and the real estate industry is no exception.
Archives for January 21, 2021
U.S. manufacturers that maintain operations or supply chains in Mexico will continue to face challenges as Mexico accelerates implementation of its new labor law and the United States increases pressure on Mexico for faster labor reforms through unprecedented enforcement tools available under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Manufacturers are the principal focus of this new initiative.
THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA HAS ALLOWED A GROUP OF PLAINTIFFS TO PROCEED WITH A LAWSUIT ALLEGING THEY WERE WRONGFULLY TERMINATED FOR COMPLAINING THAT THEIR EMPLOYER VIOLATED STATE AND LOCAL COVID-19 ORDERS
A growing number of grocers are adopting a novel approach in the race to get their workers vaccinated against COVID-19: providing pay incentives.
Let’s leave sad desk lunches in 2020.
Worker advocates hailed the executive order, saying it was the first step in reorienting OSHA toward more stringent safety protections
With the Biden team focused on issues like COVID response and immigration reform, significant action to rescind the Trump administration’s harmful federal workforce policies could take a back seat.
As a part of a global research effort around how the future of work has unfolded in 2020 called Go Forward To Work, we closed off the year by co-hosting a focus group with Dell Technologies tailored for CHROs and their CIO counterparts who are leading the future of work initiatives at each of their companies.
Section 1. Policy. It is the policy of my Administration to halt the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) by relying on the best available data and science-based public health measures.
At Philadelphia International Airport, where he works as a supervisor helping passengers in wheelchairs on and off planes, Benjamin McMillan says some of his coworkers have come to work even if they’ve been exposed to or infected with COVID-19 because they can’t afford to quarantine.
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
President Biden is no stranger to the Oval Office, but he walked into the White House’s most famous room for the first time as president on Wednesday, with new paintings hanging from the walls and a stack of executive orders sitting on his desk. Then, he got to work.
The Biden administration has a number of immigration policy proposals with respect to H-1B temporary work visas for highly skilled workers, agricultural workers, and reinstituting the DACA program.
An employer’s decision to require certain employees be vaccinated as a condition of their employment will likely first require bargaining with labor organizations who represent their employees, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore attorneys explain. Employers should not wait until the Covid-19 vaccination is available to start negotiating.
Robb said that if he followed through with Biden’s request it “would set an unfortunate precedent” for labor relations in the U.S.