Nicky Jatana discusses the increase in data breaches reported during the COVID-19 pandemic in “Here’s What California Employers Should Know About CCPA Compliance,” published by SHRM.
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Sehreen Ladak comments on the implications of lawsuits challenging local ordinances mandating hazard pay bonuses for certain essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in “Pandemic Hazard Pay Bonuses Imposed by Cities Face Court Battles,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Travis DeHaven, Joy Napier-Joyce and Todd Van Dyke discuss Travis’ decision to bring his expansive benefits and executive compensation background to Jackson Lewis’ Employee Benefits practice group in “Jackson Lewis Nabs Employee Benefits Partner In Atlanta,” published by Law360.
As COVID-19 vaccines become increasingly available to the public, employers may consider requiring that their employees be vaccinated. We have addressed related considerations for mandating vaccines in recent updates: Can, and Should, Employers Require that Employees be Vaccinated for Covid-19? and EEOC Issues Guidance Regarding Mandatory Vaccinations. The concept of mandatory vaccinations raises many questions, including responding to potential employee objections and whether employers must compensate employees for time spent getting the shots.
FordHarrison partner Ben Fryer and counsel Matt Grabell were quoted in the Law360 article, “7th Circ. Told ERISA Individual Arbitration Clauses Are Legal.” The attorneys are representing Triad Manufacturing in an ERISA suit which disputes the enforceability of mandatory arbitration agreements. They were recently quoted in a previous Law360 article that also referenced the same case.
In saying the quiet parts out loud, Kevin Mather inflamed tension between the players’ union and teams. He resigned, but his words will resonate.
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On March 1, 2021, USCIS will be returning to the 2008 version of the naturalization civics test. This change is a response to President Joe Biden’s Executive Order, “Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration System,” that directed a review of the naturalization process to eliminate barriers to the process. Individuals
When lockdowns began in March 2020, millions of Americans started working from home almost overnight.
More and more, workers are breaking free of the 9-to-5 paradigm and striking out on their own as independent contractors, freelancers and digital nomads.
The pandemic is changing the way work is done – and how companies manage their employees.
Job postings are significantly up due to demand in consumer goods, Joanie Bily said
It might seem innocuous enough, but the French believe that eating at your desk is one of life’s no-nos.
Six of Michigan’s largest business organizations have signed onto a letter asking Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to allow workers to return to office settings.