Kevin Erwin and Nicole Shaffer discuss the firm’s growing Riverside office and how Kevin’s experience in class and PAGA actions will benefit clients in “Jackson Lewis Adds Ex-Lewis Brisbois Atty To New CA Office,” published by Law360.
Archives for January 12, 2022
A workers’ compensation claimant is legally entitled to collect compensation for a work-related injury and pursue a personal injury action, also known as a third-party action.
Today, artificial intelligence (AI) can be found in almost every workplace.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Tim Reed, Office Managing Partner for the firm’s San Francisco Bay Area office, was featured in the 2021 Black Leaders Worth Watching issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal.
From updating your resume to acing the interview, we’ve got you covered.
A career-supporting partner is a wonderful thing. But it’s not always an option.
Managers play a key role in ensuring a healthy environment.
Our most negative societal prejudices can fade, but what sparks that change, and what does it mean when those views haven’t budged in years?
2020 was about survival, 2021 was about revival and now, 2022 will be all about growth. Stealth mode if you like.
There are plenty of good reasons to want a raise. Not only could a higher paycheck make it possible for you to meet goals like building savings or paying off debt, but it could also give you more wiggle room with everyday bills.
When male workers believe their gender status is threatened, they are more likely than their female counterparts to engage in deviant behavior such as lying, cheating or stealing in the workplace, new research suggests.
Employee well-being is intrinsically tied to workplace performance and engagement.
Describing a workplace as “toxic” has become almost cliché in recent years; although all offices have a negative element or two, there are some that are truly toxic, meaning the…
Millions of Americans are calling in sick or isolating, leaving employers scrambling and forcing low-income workers to go without pay or risk going into work.
In the absence of a national effort to make coronavirus testing widely available, a number of big American companies ramped up their own, making tests available for a select group of workers.