In cover letters and résumés, workers aiming to pivot to new jobs and industries can explain how their skills in one sector can benefit another.
Archives for April 8, 2021
The New Jersey Senate is considering a bill (Senate Proposal) that, if passed, will significantly affect business operations and employment litigation in the state for years.
Communications with a party represented by another lawyer absent consent (sometimes called “blitzes”) are permitted in putative class actions, a federal court has ruled in a case brought under the Class Action Fairness Act and Pennsylvania law.
Executive Summary: On March 23, 2021, Governor J.B. Pritzker signed into law Illinois Senate Bill 1480 which amends the Illinois Human Rights Act, the Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003, and the Illinois Business Corporation Act, and imposes new obligations on employers.
The Philadelphia Department of Revenue is providing 2020 City Wage Tax refunds to non-city residents required to work from home due to the pandemic.
The refund is allowable only for periods during which a non-resident employee was required to work outside of Philadelphia either pursuant to City ordinance or employer
The union seeking to represent workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama said late Wednesday that there were 3,215 ballots cast — or about 55 percent of the roughly 5,800 workers who were eligible to vote.
Four tips that can be useful for any family.
Offering sympathy and solutions is unlikely to change their behavior.
In a dissent, two conservative justices invite a case to overturn a precedent on religion in the workplace that they dislike.
Hot off the presses! On April 7, 2021, the DOL’s Employee Benefits Security Administration issued guidance related to the implementation of ARPA’s COBRA subsidy provisions. The guidance includes frequently asked questions, a summary of the related provisions, model notices, and a Federal Register Notice.
NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks with Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh about the American Jobs Plan, the Biden administration’s $2 trillion infrastructure proposal.
Investigators from state Attorney General Letitia James’s office are reviewing allegations about his behavior toward women staffers
Calling out inherent bias is critical, but it also highlights a second societal problem: A dearth of APIs in leadership roles in our country.