Efforts to bolster regulations aimed at limiting covenants not to compete, coupled with the increased and sustained prevalence of remote work, have technology companies scrambling to protect their trade secrets.
Archives for January 3, 2022
How critical is pay equity to a company’s human capital? As the labor market continues to change at a rapid pace, employers need to manage the disruptive factors which have an impact on employee compensation and their ability to attract and retain a diverse workforce.
Jackson Lewis attorneys discuss the emerging class action risks that arise at this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, as employers navigate return-to-work challenges including employee screening, mask and vaccine mandates, and the need for ongoing safety measures as the crisis persists.
Mac Greaves, a partner in the Labor & Employment Practice Group in the Birmingham office, served as co-chair and moderator for the Samford University Cumberland School of Law Employment Law Update 2021 conference on Friday, December 17, 2021.
Former Olmsted Township Administrator Rebecca Corrigan, who has been on paid leave since the middle of July, recently agreed to a $195,000 settlement following her complaints of sexual harassment and retaliation.
Some women at the company, founded by Elon Musk, described feelings of powerlessness and a failure by the company’s human resources office to discipline male employees.
The owner of the Iowa Cubs gave employees $2,000 for every year they had been with the minor league baseball team, for a total of $600,000. “My jaw dropped,” one worker said.
Mayor Eric Adams of New York said on Sunday, his second day in office, that city workers might be required to get Covid vaccine booster shots.
Protections and benefits for domestic workers in New York are being expanded under a pair of new laws approved by Gov. Kathy Hochul late last week.
So far, increasingly militant workers are lacking something vital: a leader who can unite them all. Will that change?