In TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez, 594 U.S. (2021) the United States Supreme Court held that class members who suffered no actual injury could not recover damages because they lacked Article III standing. Although TransUnion involved a class of individuals who sued TransUnion in federal court under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the case raises issues for employers to consider when defending employment law class actions in federal court.
Archives for June 30, 2021
Broadway took its first steps back with the return of Bruce Springsteen’s show, and no one is happier than Jim Barry, an usher at the St. James Theater for 20 years.
Many people returning to the workplace this summer will be doing so on a hybrid schedule, where they commute into the office for part of the week and spend the rest of their time at home.
The New York City Commission on Human Rights has fined Fox News $1 million, the largest penalty in its history, for violations of laws protecting against sexual harassment and job retaliation.
Since the pandemic, employees are leaving the workforce or switching jobs in droves. For many, employers have played a big part in why they’re walking away.
Now’s the time for workers to use their leverage.
Businesses are handing out bonuses like it’s Christmas amid a hiring crunch, according to recent data from a payroll firm.
As businesses plan for what’s next, marrying HR and technology can help employers better prioritize employee well-being, facilitate communication and more.
The global workforce is primed for massive, permanent change. Automation and advances in AI continue to push outdated business practices to the end of their lifecycle.
Fox News agreed to pay a $1 million penalty under a settlement reached last week with the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
June is LGBTQ Pride month, chosen to commemorate the Stonewall Riots that took place in New York City on June 28, 1969 in response to police violence against LGBTQ people.
For most of us, employees and owners alike, logging on early and staying on late was a way to both rise to the top of your workplace or drive your company to the top.
Union organizing often collides with an employer’s private property rights. In a decision issued this month, Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the right to protect private property against intrusion by union organizers.