Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the firm was named Outstanding Network Sponsor of the Year by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), a global legal association representing more than 45,000 members in 85 countries, at the 2021 ACC Annual Meeting, held virtually.
Archives for October 27, 2021
Sally Trung Nguyen authors “California DFEH Pushes Enforcement of Fair Chance Act,” published by SHRM.
Melanie Paul, Catherine Cano and Sierra Vierra co-author “Federal OSHA Threatening to Pull the Plug on State Plans Refusing to Enforce Healthcare ETS,” published by SHRM.
Michael Thomas discusses best practices for allyship and for fostering an inclusive workplace culture in “How to Be an Ally: Actions You Can Take for a Stronger, Happier Workplace,” (p. 60, 202 and 203) published by melindabrianaepler.com.
Along with the Great Resignation and #Striketober, jobless Americans are fighting for unemployment reform that could translate into lasting leverage.
A leader learns how to move from managing individual contributors to managing other managers.
Six factors to consider when negotiating your start date.
A former top executive in a North Carolina-based health care system who claimed in a lawsuit that he lost his job because he is a white male was awarded $10 million by a federal jury on Tuesday.
An ex-household manager claims he was “groped, propositioned,” while a former security assistant says she was subjected to “defamatory and hyper-sexualized remarks.”
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has provided further insight into when companies must exempt workers from COVID-19 vaccine mandates for religious reasons, an issue that has already spurred closely watched litigation.
A few companies will insist on a return to the workplace — to their detriment, says Thomas Malone
In the wee hours of a Saturday morning this past June, Mary Waters pulled into a grocery store parking lot in St. Louis. It was where she had been working for more than a year, stocking the freezer section.
Want to infuriate your team right now? Give them a pep talk about “resilience” or “grit.”
United Airlines says it is paying nearly $3 million a month to keep hundreds of employees, including some pilots, who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 on paid leave.
If you’ve seen an open job posting or have been through a new job orientation over the last decade, you’ve probably seen the word “family” thrown around when describing a company’s culture.