While California employers can breathe a sigh of relief due to the Federal OSHA ETS “Vaccinate or Test” mandate being stayed, employers must not forget about Cal/OSHA’s own Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”), and the recent changes that went into effect on January 14, 2022.
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The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) governs employees, both union-free and unionized, covered by the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”). According to recent announcements, the NLRB is considering a series of changes, including requiring employers to revise or rescind important workplace policies.
Kimya Johnson discusses her law career and how she rose to firm leadership in “How I Made Chief DEI Officer and Principal” published by Law.com.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Aaron L. Zandy has been elected to the firm’s Executive Committee, the firm’s highest governing body and Cory J. King was named FordHarrison’s San Diego Office Managing Partner.
Experts Discuss How Federal Agencies Can Help Remove Barriers and Open Doors in Recruitment and Hiring for Underrepresented Workers
Food Retailer Subjected African American Worker to Racially Hostile Work Environment, Federal Agency Charged
The case for a broader approach to employee development.
Metro Louisville has agreed to pay $1 million to a former Health Department employee who said she was retaliated against for filing a racial discrimination complaint.
Iowa and federal discrimination laws protect individuals from discrimination in the workplace on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status and age.
The National Labor Relations Board has signaled an interest in limiting companies’ ability to require workers to keep arbitration proceedings confidential, which would be a reversal of Trump-era precedent.
Nearly 9 million people missed work in late December and early January as the omicron variant bit into the labor market
In recent years, there has been a lot of talk about creating and maintaining a positive workplace culture.
Ajani Shaw collected more than $1,700 in workers’ compensation benefits, according to a statement from the office of New York State Inspector General Lucy Lang.
For months, we have heard about workers quitting jobs and leaving the labor market in a supposed “Great Resignation,” which allegedly is hurting the economy.
The Supreme Court’s ruling last week shutting down the Biden administration’s effort to enlist large employers in its vaccination campaign, experts said, would trigger a new wave of uncertainty about how companies keep workers safe from Covid-19.