Richard Brown wants to get California’s SEIU out of politics and negotiate more aggressively.
Archives for June 2, 2021
COVID pandemic was traumatizing for many
After a shift by the C.D.C., employers withdrew mask policies that workers felt were protecting them from unvaccinated customers.
As experts predict over half the workforce will choose to work for themselves by 2023, your ability to drive change will be the direct result of finding, nurturing and leading freelance talent.
An off-duty firefighter who is accused of going into an Agua Dulce fire station and opened fire Tuesday, killing one colleague and wounding another, is the latest to commit an act of violence in a workplace setting.
Many employees are faced with the choice of returning to work or resigning as they get the call that in the waning days of the pandemic their offices are re-opening.
When COVID first sent office workers remote, many companies struggled with the decentralization and loneliness of virtual work.
Commercial real estate felt like a roller-coaster ride this past year. After a slow, steady climb, it hit a drop-off no one saw coming.
MEXICO CITY (June 1, 2021) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, today announced the addition of four attorneys and one law clerk to its Mexico City office. Shareholder Jorge Sales Boyoli was previously a founding partner and managing director of Bufete Sales Boyoli,
On May 21, 2021, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill (SB) 169, making substantial changes to the statute that limits noncompetition agreements with Oregon employees, Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 653.295. The changes apply to any employee noncompetition agreement entered into on or after the effective date of the act.
With the Memorial Day holiday weekend came the release of Disney’s next sure-to-be blockbuster movie, Cruella. Based on the classic animated film 101 Dalmatians, Cruella tells the story of Cruella de Vil, the evil puppy-stealing psychopath who uses the animals’ fur for her over-the-top, sartorial splendor. She’s deranged, she’s
What is workforce planning?
Workforce planning is the people side of planning, but some businesses skip it, thinking that people will just appear when needed. Workforce planning aligns core business goals with people strategy. It makes no sense to plan on a new product launch next year without thinking about R&D,