Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. congratulates Chairman Emeritus Vincent A. Cino, along with Principals Neil H. Dishman, Maurice G. Jenkins, Howard Shapiro, René E. Thorne and Richard F. Vitarelli for their inclusion in Lawdragon’s “500 Leading U.S. Corporate Employment Lawyers” list for 2021.
Archives for November 18, 2021
On November 15, 2021, the city council of West Hollywood passed a comprehensive ordinance that implements the highest minimum wage in the country and new leave requirements for employees in the city.
The requirements under the ordinance will take effect on January 1, 2022.
Under the West
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updated its COVID-19 technical assistance today to include more information about employer retaliation in pandemic-related employment situations.
Empty new titles are a common form of “diversity-washing.”
As more and more companies commit to investing in diversity, equity, and inclusion, Black employees still report feeling isolated, unable to be authentic, and struggling with confidence.
At first, when Kayak launched its new hybrid work policy in July, Vanessa Kafka was surprised how happy she was to be in the office.
An estimated 3% of American workers quit their jobs in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last week.(2)That’s the highest percentage since the BLS started keeping track two decades ago.
With the widening legalization of pot in the U.S., companies and co-workers are adjusting to greater openness about the drug.
For years, the boundaries in our world have been fading. From the simple coupon you get on your phone when you pass your favorite store to your refrigerator ordering a new water filter to quickly expanding a local business to a global one.
Rhonda Levy and Douglas Sanderson discuss a recent court decision in Canada that sheds light on how best to deal with accommodation requests.
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On Tuesday, November 16, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it is suspending all implementation and enforcement efforts related to the emergency temporary standard (ETS) on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination and testing in the workplace. OSHA’s announcement comes […]
The EEOC has recently updated its What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws to include a section on Retaliation and Interference.
The update to EEOC’s guidance reviews anti-retaliation protections under the federal equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws including Title VII of
On October 27, 2021 the FTC issued a final rule (the “Final Rule”) amending 16 CFR Part 134, Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information (“Safeguards Rule”), after a period of notice and comment. While the existing Safeguards Rule imposes a general obligation on financial institutions to maintain an information security program,
On November 10, 2021, Joan A. Sullivan, acting associate general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, released Operations Management Memorandum 22-03 (OM 22-03) concerning bargaining obligations under the Department of Labor’s Emergency Temporary Standard to Protect Workers from Coronavirus (ETS) (OSHA’s “vaccinate or test” mandate).