Alyson Guyan, Teresa Burke Wright and Crystal Tyler co-author “Virginia Issues Workplace Poster on Disability Accommodations,” published by SHRM.
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Paul Friedman, Robert Perry and David Pixley co-author “PBGC Rule on Multiemployer Pension Assistance Has Mixed Results for Employers,” published by SHRM.
In the latest step toward federal regulation of non-compete agreements, President Joe Biden has issued a wide-ranging Executive Order that, among many other competition-focused objectives, encourages the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to “curtail the unfair use of non-compete clauses and other clauses or agreements that may unfairly limit worker mobility.”
In Virginia, returning — or planning to return — to the physical workplace following the COVID-19 pandemic means ensuring employment practices comply with the Commonwealth’s significantly changing legal landscape.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Atlanta partner, Sarah Pierce Wimberly and F&H Solutions Group President, Jerry Glass, have been named co-leaders of the firm’s Airline service group. Sarahwill serve as the firm’s Head of Airline Litigation/Arbitration and Jerry will serve as the firm’s Head of Airline Labor/Consulting.
Allianz SE’s Pacific Investment Management Co. must face a lawsuit filed by female workers alleging the money manager operates as a fraternity that favors white males, a California judge ruled.
Today the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Jocelyn Samuels, by a vote of 52-47, to serve a second term as a Commissioner of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
To ensure the next phase of work is successful, organizations need to start enriching this part of their culture now.
Many businesses are in the midst of making decisions about whether and when to bring workers back to the office.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to face investigators on Saturday in a sign that the attorney general’s inquiry may be nearing its final stages.
A settlement has been reached in a wide-ranging sexual harassment lawsuit filed by six female doctors at Yale University against the Ivy League school and Yale Dr. Manuel Lopes Fontes
Retaliation claims are common.
Cleveland violated federal law when its EMS commissioner considered race when adjusting supervisors’ shift assignments even though the five Black supervisors challenging the moves didn’t lose any pay, the U.S. government will tell the Sixth Circuit during oral arguments Tuesday.
Many women, including female executives, have been overwhelmed by the need to take care of family at home while continuing to manage their professional responsibilities, and somehow trying to find time for their own self-care.