Pittsburgh has joined other American cities by enacting new legislation to address the uptick in COVID-19 cases from a sick leave perspective.
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Daniel Schudroff discusses the implications of the National Labor Relations Board potentially expanding workers’ rights to union representation in disciplinary interviews in “New NLRB Majority Could Aim for Weingarten Expansion,” published by Law360.
How long does that commute take again?
Restaurant Fired Employee After She Reported Sexual Harassment, Federal Agency Charged
Black Employees at Construction Company’s Upstate New York Worksite Were Subjected to Racist Insults and a Noose, Federal Agency Charged
Auto Recycler Fired Employee During Treatment for Cancer After Denying Her Requests for Accommodation, Federal Agency Charged
Not that federal regulators would recommend it, but if a federal supervisor wants to get hit with a retaliation charge, a sure fire way to do so would be to downgrade an employee’s performance review right after they file an equal employment opportunity complaint.
People hired during the pandemic finally got a chance to see what their colleagues look like in real life; ‘there’s this weird moment when you lay eyes on someone who you know but you don’t know’
Hundreds of software engineers and product designers at the New York Times staged a work stoppage Wednesday as part of an escalating battle with the storied newspaper’s management over their push to unionize.
Create a truly unified global team by ensuring equal engagement and opportunity for employees — no matter where they are.
People across the state have suffered from the governor’s me-first approach to politics
It’s time to rethink what’s working in the modern workplace and what’s failing.
On August 11, 2021, Mayor Jim Kenney announced a new mask mandate for businesses and institutions that do not mandate vaccinations for employees, patrons, and guests within the City of Philadelphia.
In its recently amended Technical Assistance Guidance (What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) made clear that an employer may require COVID-19 vaccines for employees and exclude those with COVID-19, or symptoms associated with
Given the recent increase in COVID-19 positivity rates in Puerto Rico, on Thursday, August 5, 2021, Governor Pedro Pierluisi issued Executive Order No. 2020-062, adopting new vaccination measures for different sectors. This new executive order (EO) will take effect on August 16, 2021, and will continue until the Emergency