Louisiana state government hasn’t been tracking vaLouisiana state workers who are not vaccinated will soon be subjected to mandatory testing and “other requirements” now that the federal government gave full approval for the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer Monday, according to Gov. John Bel Edwards’ office.
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When a Staten Island hospital implemented a vaccine or testing mandate, some of its staff staged angry protests.
Florida theme-park workers must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 22 under Disney mandate; labor groups so far have generally accepted vaccine requirements
The pandemic has been hard on businesses in a multitude of ways: shutdowns, layoffs, supply chain disruptions, income losses, policy changes.
Florida’s Walt Disney World will now require union employees as well as non-union and salaried workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to keep their jobs at the theme park.
The McKinsey Consulting Group launched their “American Opportunity Survey” in May 2021 and concluded the results “put a spotlight on how Americans view their economic opportunity, the obstacles they face, and the path ahead to create a more inclusive economy.”
Recently I had a conversation with an HR leader that truly shocked me.
Considering your return-to-the-workplace strategy? Avoid these common misconceptions to foster a healthier, happier, more productive environment
Women have lost millions of jobs since the pandemic. As we honor Women’s Equality Day, here’s how we can win them back.
‘If you’re going to air these grievances, are you prepared to fully own the consequences?’ says one executive coach
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (the “Commission”) published the first set of rules and regulations on August 19, 2021 governing recreational cannabis use in New Jersey (“Personal-Use Cannabis Rules”) under the Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act (“CREAMMA”). Those regulations do not include standards for employers to
After more than a year of a crushing global pandemic, the early summer brought hope for a long-anticipated return to normal business operations, at least in the United States. But those plans were derailed by the rapid spread of the highly contagious delta variant and mounting COVID-19 infections. The
The Supreme Court of California recently issued two opinions assessing the breadth of California’s prevailing wage law.
Before the court in Mendoza v. Fonseca McElroy Grinding Co., Inc. was a specific question about whether California Labor Code section 1772 helped establish the scope of coverage by providing that workers employed
In two decisions issued on the same day, the Sixth and Eighth Circuits recently joined many district courts across the country in holding that federal courts cannot exercise jurisdiction over Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claims that arise from out-of-state conduct when the defendant is not subject to the