Florida employers should be prepared to comply with important changes to the minimum wage and the requirement to report the use of independent contractors.
Archives for September 23, 2021
Following the decision of a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., et al. v. Bonta, et al., to reverse, in part, a district court’s order and vacate the district court’s preliminary injunction on enforcement of Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51)
And, compared to their on-site peers, to see them as dedicated and hard-working.
Starbucks Corp. workers shouldn’t have the right to vote for a union on a cafe-by-cafe basis, the coffee chain told the U.S. labor board amid efforts by workers in Buffalo, New York, to organize.
After living through the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no surprise that a majority of Americans place a higher premium on paid time off policies these days.
Leaders and organizations that truly care for employees and want to drive for success for women can consider a few things to create the change necessary.
The pandemic acted as a proof of concept for business process automation of routine office jobs
The Covid-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on almost every aspect of our lives.
News chief Kim Godwin called for external probe last month; top staffer said Disney executive Peter Rice won’t pursue one
Feeling a loss of autonomy can trigger our brain’s fight-or-flight response.
A package of legislation from the City Council set minimum pay and working conditions, placing New York at the forefront of regulating a multibillion-dollar industry.
The spectacle of the antitrust challenge to Big Tech has been riveting.
A dozen years ago, my friend Patricia Nordeen was an ambitious academic, teaching at the University of Chicago and speaking at conferences across the country.
The White House announced on September 20, 2021, that beginning in “early November” 2021, the Biden administration would remove restrictions on international travelers who are seeking to fly to the United States, provided that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
On September 9, 2021, a California Court of Appeal issued its ruling in Wesson v. Staples the Office Superstore, LLC, delivering a welcome victory to employers battling representative actions under the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). Under the 2004 law, an “aggrieved employee” is empowered to commence a PAGA representative