In December 2020, Amazon Flex driver Drickey Jackson filed a complaint against Amazon accusing the company of invasion of privacy under the California Constitution and violation of the federal Wiretap Act. The lawsuit seeks to include any Flex drivers whose social media activity was monitored in a manner similar
Archives for January 11, 2022
The EEOC announced last week that its data collection portal for 2021 EEO-1 Component 1 report is tentatively set to pen on April 12, 2022, with a deadline for employers to file EEO-1 reports by May 17, 2022. Here’s a link to the EEOC’s announcement.
Ransomware locked up time records for thousands of companies across the country last month, and those records remain unavailable.
Have any employees in Connecticut? Then you are covered by the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (Connecticut FMLA).
The start of the new year is a great time for Minnesota employers to review their policies and practices for compliance with the state’s Lactation Breaks and Pregnancy Accommodations laws.
Jones Walker LLP is pleased to announce the firm has elected 10 new partners and elected Richard Cortizas and reelected Rivers Lelong to its board of directors for four-year terms, effective January 1, 2022.
Amazon workers in Alabama will have another shot at voting to form a union this winter, as the National Labor Relations Board scheduled a mail-in election to start Feb. 4.
“I’m going to give you 10 minutes of your life back,” and other unbearable meeting jargon.
HRW’s Max Perlman co-signed a letter to the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice regarding noncompetes, nondisclosure agreements, and other restrictive covenants. This important letter was signed alongside 50+ experienced trade secret lawyers nationwide and supplements one sent to The White House this past July regarding President Biden’s “Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American
How Tesla and SpaceX discover top talent through this expertly engineered process.
Michael Lotito weighs in on the current battle between the courts and the NLRB over the definition of an independent contractor.
Edgardo Ratti talks about how labor lawyers have been on the front lines since the beginning of the pandemic, helping employers work through current challenges and look ahead to new ones.
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Anabel Rodríguez-Alonso and José L. Maymí-González examine Puerto Rico’s new back-to-back executive orders regarding COVID-19.
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In a video interview, Jorge Sales Boyoli talks about the minimum wage adjustment in 2022.
The EEOC has issued a new guidance related to an increase in retaliation claims, and Jim Paretti explains what employers should consider to steer clear of problems.