Many companies that have been working remotely during COVID-19 expect to continue to do so, at least to some extent after the pandemic.
Archives for July 6, 2021
Our remote and return-to-the-workplace survey shares insights from more than 400 C-suite, senior human resources and legal executive respondents on what the future holds for their workplaces.
L&E Global, a worldwide leader for cross-border labour and employment law services, proudly welcomes Sánchez & Salegna, one of the top labour and employment boutique law firms in the Dominican Republic, as its newest member.
Suellen Oswald discusses the practical implications of only fractions of certain workforces participating in collective bargaining or unionizing in “Nissan Case Portends ‘Micro Unit’ Battle At Biden NLRB,” published by Law360.
Jenifer Bologna discusses the prospective implications of New York’s recent mandate requiring employers to implement plans mitigating infectious disease in the workplace in “N.Y. First to Mandate All Employers Set Infectious Disease Plans,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Gregg Clifton discusses the logistical implications of the National College Athletic Association permitting student athletes to earn compensation for the use of their names, images and likenesses in “Paying College Athletes,” broadcast by Good Morning Arizona.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. will participate in Diversity Lab’s Mansfield Rule 5.0 Certification process launching on July 15.
Mandating and incentivizing vaccines remains a complicated and controversial topic. Nexsen Pruet’s Bridget Blinn-Spears breaks down what the new EEOC guidance means for businesses and employees.
Many employers are looking to update their safety and vaccination policies. Employment attorney Tommy Postek discusses what to do if an employee refuses to get vaccinated.
Attorney David Dubberly, head of Nexsen Pruet’s employment and labor law practice group, spoke with LAW360 for their article “3 Wage-Hour Tips for Employers Providing Volunteer Time Off.“
Partner’s Jill Harrison and Nancy Holt were featured in the EHS Today News article, “EEO-1 Filing Deadline Is Now Aug. 23”. The article features quotes from both partners regarding The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s extension decision.
In May 2011, Georgia’s Restrictive Covenant Act (OCGA 13-8-50 et seq.) (“RCA”) became effective and applied to all agreements executed on or after May 11, 2011.
The ability to work online shouldn’t be a nice-to-have for a select few, but an option for all.
Seven do’s and don’ts for managers.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a Pennsylvania school district went too far when it suspended a student from participation in the school’s cheerleading squad based on “vulgar” comments made about the coach on the student’s personal social media account. In an 8-1 decision, the high court emphasized