FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that two new associates, Karl Analo, Senior Associate (Chicago) and Danielle E. Pierre, Senior Associate (Washington D.C.) have joined the firm.
Archives for July 20, 2021
Public schools and universities are barred from requiring vaccines that have not received full U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval under Ohio House Bill 244 (HB 244), signed by Governor Mike DeWine on July 14, 2021. The new law goes into effect on October 13, 2021.
The first time it happened, founding partners at CDF Labor Law, originally from national law firms, were thrilled. Then it happened again and again. “We were just following our vision of a culture we knew could thrive,” says Tim Freudenberger, Co-Founding Partner. Today, CDF is a leading mid-sized law firm specializing in representing California employers in employment, labor and immigration matters and is rated among the top-ten firms for female and minority attorneys.
Not having to commute was the equivalent of a big bonus for many employees.
Medical Practice Punished Nurse for Reporting Harassment by Doctor, Federal Agency Charged
With more than half of American adults fully vaccinated against Covid, employers and employees alike have turned their eyes back to the office.
Slack, Dropbox and other businesses try limiting the time that employees have to be ‘on’ to preserve life-work balance
The sharp rebound in hiring, especially in service industries, is widening opportunities and prompting employers to compete on pay.
Since 2016, there’s been a steady rise in the number of federal pregnancy discrimination lawsuits.
Walmart Inc has been hit with a proposed nationwide class action claiming the nation’s largest employer discriminates against Black and Latino job applicants through a strict background check policy that fails to consider rehabilitation and other mitigating circumstances.
The modern workforce now comprises over four different generations of employees, each with different expectations and challenges.
So, you’re back to work? Weight loss is out, but relearning how to smile and nod is in.
Valuing workers for their merit rather than their age; is it so revolutionary an idea?
Many global companies are focused on promoting diversity, inclusivity, and representation in the workplace.