Jackson Lewis attorneys are monitoring the progress of Senate Bill 1480, which was approved by the Illinois General Assembly during the lame duck session that convened in early January 2021.
Archives for February 10, 2021
Thomas Murphy and John Remy are spotlighted among the top employment defense lawyers in the Washington D.C. area in “Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers: Employment Defense,” published by the Washingtonian.
Completing, maintaining, auditing, and correcting your Forms I-9 can be overwhelming. Our “Everything You Need to Know About the Form I-9” webinar covers the basics, but we understand it can sometimes feel like you are drinking from a fire hose.
In the news: whether to require COVID-19 vaccine before returning to work
Q & A: Answers to your leave questions
Jones Walker LLP is pleased to announce the addition of 12 associates to the firm.
The “Protecting the Right to Organize Act” (“PRO Act”) proposes drastic changes to the nation’s laws governing employer-union relations, especially the ability of employers and employees to remain union-free. Earlier this month, the PRO Act was re-filed in the House of Representatives. If passed by the House and Senate, President Biden would likely sign it into law as part of a pro-union agenda.
Can they help their more cautious members get to “yes” on returning to classrooms?
Just because leadership feedback is positive doesn’t mean it’s helpful.
Ask, listen, learn.
Why it’s happening almost a year after the shift to remote work — and what managers can do about it.
(February 9, 2021) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has released the results of its COVID-19 Vaccine Employer Survey Report, completed by more than 1,800 in-house lawyers, human resources professionals and C-suite executives across the United States.
Crisis consumes a leader’s attention, and so it has been with the pandemic.
We are in the second month of 2021, and I challenged myself to think about what I learned in 2020 that I truly want to become a habit.
In the summer of 2020, interest in diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) skyrocketed, due to the death of George Floyd at the hands of police brutality, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on minority groups and the intersection of these events, highlighting the very real and widening inequity gaps.