The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a ruling on August 25, 2021, finding that a New Jersey nursing home violated federal labor law by unilaterally changing its employee health insurance plan. While the finding of a violation is rather commonplace, what is most interesting about the NLRB’s decision is
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Consumer privacy issues are as a hot as ever, and on the radar of the state and federal legislature alike. Following in the footsteps of California, and most recently Virginia and Colorado, Ohio introduced a comprehensive consumer privacy bill, the Ohio Personal Privacy Act (the “Act”). By introducing the Act,
Beginning September 1, 2021, Texas employers of any size may be sued for sexual harassment in the workplace under legislative changes (SB 45) passed by the Texas legislature. SB 45 also expands liability to include individuals and business entities.
Nicky Jatana is recognized for her legal prowess, ingenuity and commitment to the legal profession in “2021 Legal Visionaries,” published by the Los Angeles Times (p.46).
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The use of automation technologies to track and monitor safety or productivity is widespread in supply-chain management, and it is now seeping into grocery stores, other retail settings, and even knowledge work. That is bad news for workers.
Americans are gearing up for a hybrid workweek this fall, with many companies planning to give employees the option of working some days in person and some remotely.
Last month, Ben Gottlieb, a 27-year-old set lighting technician, wanted to show his support for his union’s campaign to improve working conditions on film sets so he wrote an Instagram post calling for an end to 12- to 14-hour shifts.
Hundreds of Big Apple workers are getting nearly $7.5 million in stolen wages back, says city Comptroller Scott Stringer.
“Anyone who crosses the line will be addressed by me,” she said.
Burleson County, Texas, must face trial on a former criminal clerk’s sexual harassment lawsuit based on a judge’s alleged abuse even though she separately settled her claims against the judge, the Western District of Texas said.
California employment is only at 94% of its pre-pandemic levels — and jobs nationwide are only at 96%