Due to the global pandemic, employers have begun recruiting new employees virtually, which has resulted in online video exchanges replacing the face-to-face interviewing experience.
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FordHarrison LLP is pleased to announce that 53 lawyers were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2022 Best Lawyers in America. The list includes attorneys from 17 offices nationwide, recognized in several specialties, including: Arbitration; Commercial Litigation; Employment Law – Management; Labor Law – Management; Labor Law – Union; Litigation – Labor & Employment; and Mediation. Some attorneys are named in multiple categories.
A jury ordered Tesla to pay $137 million to Owen Diaz, a Black former employee who accused the carmaker of ignoring racial abuse he faced while working there, his lawyer, Lawrence Organ, said late on Monday.
AZ Metro Distributors, LLC, a distributor of Arizona Iced Tea products, will pay $300,000 and furnish other relief to settle an age discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
New research identifies 3 strategies organizations can take to engage employees.
You can tailor programs and policies to fit your employees’ needs.
Low pay remains the top factor driving workplace stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s latest work and wellbeing survey.
Fired worker says Latino supervisors showed bias against Blacks with assignments, overtime, other perks
The verdict was handed down Monday in federal court in California
Federal agents on Tuesday raided the offices of a New York City police union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association, whose bombastic leader has clashed repeatedly with city officials over his incendiary tweets and hard-line tactics
A new report by Lever reveals major misalignments between employers and employees that are hindering DEI efforts.
“Elon Musk, you’ve been put on notice.”
Panelists at the Grace Hopper Celebration discussed how to get what you deserve.
In accordance with the New York Health and Essential Rights Act (NY HERO Act), on July 6, 2021, the New York State Department of Labor (NYS DOL), in consultation with the New York State Department of Health, published the Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Prevention Standard and Model Airborne Infectious Disease