On April 16, 2021, California Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 93, which is effective immediately. The new law requires certain employers to recall workers laid-off for reasons related to COVID-19 if and when positions become available.
Archives for April 19, 2021
Ken Najder, a partner in the Corporate Practice Group in the New Orleans office, authored the Private Company Director article “The Role of Minutes in Protecting Companies and Their Directors” discussing the benefits of well-prepared minutes and how companies and directors can help shield organizations from a host of pitfalls. Ken explains the amount of detail that should be included in minutes and how to handle privileged communications at board meetings.
Sheri Giger discusses the implications of recent guidance from the Food and Drug Administration regarding COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace in “4 Virus ADA Questions Employers Want The EEOC To Tackle,” published by Law360.
The General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week following last week’s spring recess. The Senate bill filing deadline closed on April 6, resulting in a significant number of new bills. The House of Representative’s final filing deadline for non-budget-related bills is May 4, so we expect to see additional proposals filed between now and then.
As the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations across the U.S. picks up, workers and employers are beginning to discuss what the return to their physical workplace might look like.
The sexist alpha male of the 1960s advertising world as depicted in Mad Men is still alive and well and prowling the offices of today’s creatives, a new study shows.
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that a former law clerk for the New York state court system cannot sue the state over alleged sexual harassment and race discrimination at the hands of the judge she worked for.
It was like fishing, and they were always biting.
As Gartner, Inc. noted, the disruption of Covid-19 “has shattered the paradigm of traditional 9-to-5 work at the office,” leaving business leaders to question the productivity of a new type of workplace.
Most of these disgruntled workplace avengers believed that they were the victim of injustice and mistreatment on the job.
Workplace bullying is not a new concept but thanks to remote work, experts have warned it’s only going to become more prevalent.
Resumes are a pain in the behind to write, and so many people have anxiety about doing it right that I’m going to let you in on a big secret: There isn’t a “right” way to write a resume.
Oh sure, there are plenty of wrong ways. Huge text