Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Lita M. Verrier has joined the firm’s Boston office as a principal. Lita has more than 25 years of experience in all areas of business litigation, including theft of trade secrets, employment and the protection of intellectual property.
Archives for September 8, 2021
Four suggestions to make your professional life a little more fulfilling.
IT Systems Analyst Paid Less Than Male Coworker for the Same Work, Federal Agency Charged
Facility Management Company Denied Employee’s Request to Work From Home to Protect Herself From COVID-19, Then Fired Her, Federal Agency Charges
Company’s Owner Subjected a Female Employee to Sexist Comments, Then Fired Her for Opposing It, Federal Agency Charged
Court Agrees With EEOC That Trucking Company’s Use of Strength Test Developed by Cost Reduction Technologies Disadvantages Women, Violates Federal Law
Company Unlawfully Denied an Employee Reasonable Accommodation and Fired Her Based on the Company’s ‘No-Fault’ Attendance Policy
A health and safety manager in Georgia was fired after her employer denied her request to continue working from home because her heart condition heightened her Covid-19 risk, the EEOC alleged in its first disability accommodation lawsuit connected to the pandemic.
Kathryn Gregorio joined a nonprofit foundation in Arlington, Virginia, in April last year, shortly after the pandemic forced many people to work from home.
A new survey sheds some light on how unhappy American workers are becoming.
Tsedal Neeley, author of “Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding From Anywhere,” discusses the rise of remote work even before the pandemic, and how employers can make remote work productive for everyone.
Who remembers their first encounter with a classroom bully?
A group of Apple shareholders is pressuring the company to exempt harassment and discrimination from employee nondisclosure agreements — and the company is refusing the demands.
Peter Drucker seemed to have a knack for simplifying the profound. He said, “The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence, it is to act with yesterday’s logic.”