Construction companies bidding on IIJA projects hope to get a piece of the billions of dollars allocated to infrastructure projects. However, with the government funding comes more requirements and obligations.
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Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Daniel J. Doron has joined the firm’s New York City office as a principal. Daniel arrives from McDermott Will & Emery where he was the “partner in charge” of McDermott’s Transactional Employment and Executive Contracts practice.
The court’s new conservative supermajority may be skeptical of admissions programs that take account of race to foster educational diversity.
Worker Was Fired After Disclosing Potential Cancer Diagnosis, Federal Agency Charged
How one company redesigned its headquarters during the pandemic to meet its employees’ evolving needs.
Union membership in the private sector fell to 6.1%, a historic low.
Google is spending $1bn on its UK workspace. What does this say about the remote work revolution?
Was he serious? When HR 7152—the “Civil Rights Act of 1964”—was brought to the floor of the United States House of Representatives in early 1964, Representative Howard Smith of Virginia, a staunch opponent of the bill, proposed an amendment—add “sex” to the classes of persons protected by the act.
Employee mental health has taken center stage as one of the top HR priorities facing employers with nearly all companies identifying stress and burnout as a threat for their workforces, according to a survey by WTW
When an employee is promoted to a leadership role, the dynamics of their relationships with others in the workplace inevitably change.
Ultimately, though, too many companies have become used to not having to pay competitive wages, offer attractive benefits, or generally treat people well.