Google said on Tuesday that it would delay reopening its offices until Jan. 10.
Archives for September 2021
Michael Lotito discusses the likelihood of increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 in the current political climate.
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Kimberly J. Dowd, Chelsea Lewis and Kameron Miller explain the meaning of “allyship” and how it can be applied in the workplace.
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Barry Hartstein discusses the findings of Littler’s Delta Variant Update report and what they reveal about employers’ current thinking surrounding vaccine mandates.
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A case that may signal the continued erosion of the amateur status of college student-athletes will continue as the action in Ralph “Trey” Johnson et al. v. NCAA has survived the defendants’ motion to dismiss the complaint.
U.S. District Court Judge John Padova allowed the six student-athlete plaintiffs’ claims against
Jennifer Abruzzo, the General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), recently issued a memorandum outlining the key labor issues that she wants to target during her term as General Counsel.
As General Counsel, Abruzzo cannot unilaterally change labor law. However, what she can do as the Agency’s top
On August 18, 2021, New York City amended its law to require contractors and subcontractors to enter into labor peace agreements with labor organizations as a condition to being awarded or renewing a city service contract with NYC agencies. Covered employers must now submit certifications to NYC agencies along
Historically, California has experienced the most destructive wildfires in the months of September and October. As we head into those months, employers should make sure they are familiar with California’s wildfire smoke standard. Harmful air quality from wildfire smoke can occur anywhere in the state on short notice, so it
This one is to get the blood flowing for you hard-core FMLA nerds out there, cause it’s quickly going to get in the leave of absence weeds.
With the Labor Day holiday approaching, let’s discuss how an employer should calculate FMLA leave during a holiday week. Before you blurt out,