New York employers may need to change their approach to workplace health and safety rules significantly under the New York Health and Essential Rights Act (HERO Act), signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo on May 5, 2021.
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Katharine Weber discusses the practical implications of recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention loosening mask and social distancing requirements for fully vaccinated workers in certain setting for employers managing unionized workforces in “Employers Face Compliance Questions Over CDC Mask Guidance (1),” published by Bloomberg Law.
The post-pandemic workplace risks being complex for bosses to run and unsatisfying for employees.
Analyzing digital communications can help you identify which people are high performers and which roles are becoming obsolete.
State Representative Candace Newell (D) says she, along with many women like to wear their hair in a more natural style.
New CDC guidance on masking and social distancing for vaccinated people throws a wrinkle into plans for repopulating city centers
A U.S. appeals court ruled that a trans former T-Mobile employee hadn’t shown he was treated less favourably than non-trans workers
Some workers are returning sad, anxious or burned out—here’s what organizations can do to show support and help everyone feel more like a team again
Following the latest Centers of Disease Control guidance, mass confusion reigns about the role of mask-wearing.
After being in the co-working office space sector for close to 10 years, I’ve seen it change immensely during that time.
Employers who sponsor and maintain retirement plans on behalf of their employees and who engage investment advisors to provide investment-related advice to participants may take comfort in knowing there is a new prohibited transaction exemption under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (“ERISA”) and the Internal