In a highly anticipated decision, the Colorado Supreme Court has concluded that, under the Colorado Wage Claim Act (CWCA), Colorado employers must pay employees for all earned and accrued vacation time at separation, even if company policies expressly provide for forfeiture of unused time.
Archives for June 29, 2021
Consistent with legislative trends, Virginia weighed in further on the nationwide marijuana debate by enacting two new comprehensive cannabis-related laws.
When the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rolled out its COVID-19 Healthcare Emergency Temporary Standard on June 10, 2021, it also issued its updated Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in non-healthcare workplaces.
At the conclusion of the Nevada Legislature’s 81st Session, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed several bills into law affecting every point of the employer-employee relationship, from application to termination.
Historically speaking, we live in an age of extraordinary abundance.
What today’s graduates are thinking about when they’re weighing your job offer.
McDonald’s USA LLC and McDonald’s Corp. must face claims by two Black female executives who say they were demoted from vice president positions because of their race and that the companies generally discriminate against Black employees, franchisees, and customers, the Northern District of Illinois ruled.
Many executives are falling victim to a number of well-known psychological biases in their push to end remote working
Remote work is not a temporary solution to COVID-19—it’s an increasingly popular work model organizations across the globe have embraced, and is spurring even more experimentation across work.
Overall, 48% of American workers said that the pandemic has made them rethink the type of job and career they want in the future.
Ana Diaz Guzman got a job interview. A moving-van company in Washington was looking for a cleaner.
As companies rushed to get their workforce up and running remotely last year, the priority was to quickly establish virtual processes and connections.
A majority of U.S. adults say that employees, even fully vaccinated employees, should continue to mask up at work.
With many people working from home, it’s difficult for employees to separate work and life, which can be detrimental to an employer and employees.