Both the Americans With Disabilities Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 require employers to accommodate employees in certain circumstances.
Archives for September 21, 2021
Childcare workers in New Jersey must receive Covid-19 vaccines by November 1 or undergo weekly testing under an executive order Gov. Phil Murphy said he planned to sign on Monday, joining a handful of cities that have extended mandates to the childcare industry.
A study found that when troubled workers go to new firms, they often raise the company’s level of anxiety, depression and stress
It’s a reality many company leaders are grappling with today: Work may never look the same as it did in pre-pandemic times. Too many leaders are using this difference to avoid building careful plans for the next step, and this is creating toxic hybrid workplaces.
The move, aimed at protecting workers in sectors like agriculture and construction, reflects a growing recognition of the health threats posed by global warming.
A study find that women are seen as more likeable and competent than men after similar failed attempts at humor
This year has been all about the contingency plan. We’ve been working for months to figure out when and how we’ll bring our employees back — or more fully back — to the workplace.
In light of the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on employee productivity and health care expenses, employers are considering imposing a premium surcharge on employees participating in the company’s health plan who are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
As we have discussed here, several federal laws must be taken
We recorded this last Thursday, and we will be doing a similar show this Thursday, so if you have questions (HR ones!), submit them in the comments or send me an email and we’ll get to them!
On September 17, 2021, a three-judge panel of the Illinois Appellate Court for the First Judicial District issued a long-awaited decision regarding the statute of limitations for claims under the state’s Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) in Tims v. Black Horse Carriers, Inc. The Tims decision marks the first appellate