Westchester County in New York has amended its Co-op Disclosure Law as part of its ongoing efforts to address and eliminate alleged discrimination in cooperative housing purchases.
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In an action anticipated since it issued its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in March, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) officially has withdrawn the Joint Employer Final Rule published during the previous administration. The Rescission Final Rule was published on July 30, 2021, and becomes effective on September 28, 2021.
Jane Heidingsfelder, a partner in the Labor & Employment Practice Group in the New Orleans office, was quoted by HR Daily Advisor article “OSHA Mulling Heat Safety Rule as Summer Temps Climb“.
A second union vote may be held at an Alabama warehouse, and new tactics by the Teamsters and other groups aim to pressure Amazon across the country.
Blizzard President J. Allen Brack is leaving the company amid a cultural reckoning at parent Activision Blizzard Inc. over a California lawsuit alleging sexual discrimination and harassment.
Mishandling the transition to hybrid could reinforce social inequalities and jeopardize your diversity and inclusion efforts.
There is more to human existence than work; however, it is clear that if we’re are going to devote a third of our adult lives to our jobs, it is quite helpful to find them meaningful.
The latest corporate vaccine mandates cover more types of workers — and customers.
Covid cases are currently rising in all 50 states as the highly contagious delta variant spreads and vaccination rates level off.
In what’s being called the “Great Resignation,” 1 in 3 workers are now considering leaving their job, while almost 60% are rethinking their career, according to a report.
When it comes to enforcing federal employment anti-discrimination laws, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is primarily responsible.
On the heels of a successful first day of the 2021 ILG National Conference, attendees were treated to an in-person morning keynote speech from Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Chair Charlotte Burrows to kick-off the second day of the conference.
Chair Burrows recognized in her opening remarks the current challenges facing
The report issued Tuesday by the New York State attorney general, Letitia James, could make it difficult for the governor to remain in office.
It’s well established that unionized workers earn better wages and have better benefits than their non-union counterparts.