The organizing campaign, if successful, could upend the company’s labor model. Employees say chronic understaffing has long caused frustration.
Archives for August 2021
Some companies have pushed through three years’ worth of digital transformation in three months (paywall).
Littler Shareholder and core Privacy Team member Zoe Argento discusses the extensive list of rights the CPRA confers on employees, independent contractors, and job applicants who reside in California. What is the scope of these rights, and what are employers’ obligations when responding to requests? Learn the answers to these questions
In June, with much fanfare, California announced it was reopening and lifting many of the COVID-19 restrictions that had been in place through state executive and health department orders. However, as there have been surges of COVID-19 across the state, many state and local orders requiring COVID-19 controls have changed
Joseph Lazzarotti discusses legal risks and considerations to take into account when implementing employee incentive programs for COVID-19 vaccinations in “More companies are weighing penalties for unvaccinated workers,” published by the Washington Post.
Joseph Lazzarotti discusses the implications of employers providing monetary or benefits incentives and penalties compelling employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 in “More Companies Weigh Penalizing Employees Without Covid-19 Vaccinations,” published by the Wall Street Journal.
Labor Source, L.L.C. doing business as Wise Staffing, part of Wise Staffing Group, one of the largest staffing services in the Southeast, will pay $40,000 and provide other relief to settle a lawsuit by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charging failure to hire based on pregnancy, the federal agency announced today.
The first year of the pandemic knocked 54 million women around the world out of work, widening the gender gap in employment. It could take years for that gap to narrow again.
In a motion, the U.S. Equal Employment Commission said Walmart should be under tighter scrutiny for the next five years after it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Federal judge must decide if Andrea Tantaros’ case should be arbitrated under federal law
A case could be made that no prior moment in the long history of offices has been quite so uncertain as this one.
Regardless of whether employees are in the office, working from home, or a little bit of both, they each deserve an equal chance to feel like they are a part of the organizational community.
The last 18 months have turned many traditional ideas about how work should be structured on its head.
COVID-19 vaccination and mask mandates in the workplace have the support of roughly half of American workers, a new poll shows.