Amy Peck discusses best practices and key considerations for ensuring continued I-9 compliance as workforces return to standard operations in the wake of COVID-19 in “ICE Extends Virtual Form I-9 Review Until May 31,” published by SHRM.
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Tanya Bovée discusses the impact of mentorships for women in the legal profession and how the firm’s JL Academy education and training program supports minority attorneys in “Diversifying Leadership: Growing roster of women lead Greater Hartford law firms,” published by the Hartford Business Journal.
As COVID-19 vaccines become more available, companies in the fitness industry, including gyms, health clubs, and fitness boutiques, continue to navigate their reopening plans. This article addresses questions companies in the fitness industry may have.
When businesses merge and sell, there are important employment issues for them to consider. Attorney Sarah Sloan Batson gives a high-level overview of what to consider in the early planning process of buying or selling a business.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that the firm is the recipient of McDonald’s Legal EMPOWER Award for mid-size firms. McDonald’s selected one firm from each of the large and mid-size categories to receive this inaugural honor. This award was created to highlight McDonald’s external legal suppliers who demonstrate an innovative and genuine commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Gov. Asa Hutchison vetoed a bill banning gender-affirming surgery and medication for minors, saying he believed medical decisions should be left up to families and doctors.
If you’re leaving a job, you can strengthen professional relationships with your co-workers by crafting a goodbye email.
Executive teams that increase gender diversity became more open to change and less comfortable with risk.
Anti-Asian racism is on the rise in the U.S. Here’s what managers can do to support their employees.
After years of debating and advancing marijuana laws, beginning with legalizing the medical use of cannabis in 2014 to decriminalize minor marijuana-related offenses in 2019, lawmakers in New York have gone all-in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana by adults.
A conversation with Alec MacGillis about his new book on Amazon and the hidden costs of its dominance.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sidestepped a chance to further expand religious rights, turning away two cases in which employees accused companies of violating federal anti-discrimination law by insufficiently accommodating requests for time off to meet religious obligations.
At one point the target was the start of 2021. Then it was bumped to July.
A Pennsylvania woman has filed a lawsuit against Panera Bread, alleging that she was discriminated against and fired because of her pagan beliefs.