The pandemic may have necessitated remote learning, but it didn’t create the concept of online education.
Archives for August 3, 2021
The 57 million-member freelance workforce in the U.S. could soon get even larger.
By 2025, it’s reported that Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce, effectively replacing Boomers and drastically reducing the representation of Generation X.
Hello and Welcome from the Opening Day of the 2021 Industry Liaison Group (ILG) National Conference.
After a year hiatus, the 2021 ILG National Conference officially kicked off today from Nashville, TN. Offering access to programming both virtually and in person, the conference is working hard to address the realities
On July 28th the California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) issued revised guidance for the use of masks, including recommending universal masking indoors statewide. This guidance comes on the heels of changes in the Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”) guidance recommending masking for indoor settings in areas with substantial and
On July 29, 2021, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-38, combining several existing COVID-19 executive orders for the stated purpose of promoting statewide uniformity and certainty in the state’s COVID-19 response.
ATLANTA (August 2, 2021) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, today announced that Bradley E. Strawn has rejoined the firm and will serve as Office Managing Shareholder in Atlanta. Strawn will succeed Whitney M. Ferrer who will be assuming a leadership role in
The pandemic continues to loom large over the California legislature this year, as indicated by the bills advancing through the legislative process. Below is a summary of the major employment law bills that are working their way through the state Assembly and Senate. The bills pertain to the expansion of
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) conducted an initial random selection for the fiscal year (FY) 2022 H-1B cap in March 2021, including for beneficiaries eligible for the advanced degree exemption. USCIS used historical data to estimate the number of registration selections required to meet the annual quota of approximately
The mayor of Duluth, Minnesota recently signed File # 21-023-O, which, effective August 19, 2021, broadens covered uses of leave under the Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) Ordinance, and amends employer notice and enforcement provisions. When the amendments take effect: