In this episode, Jen talks about the California Legislature’s 4-day workweek proposal, and the practical impact if it becomes law.
Archives for May 18, 2022
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Stephanie Adler-Paindiris comments on a new Florida law that will amend the state’s Civil Rights Act to forbid employers from teaching employees about various race, sex and ethnicity-based concepts during workplace training, potentially impacting diversity, equity and inclusion training efforts in “New Fla. Law Threatens To Upend Workplace Diversity Training,” published by Law360.
Nicky Jatana was spotlighted as a Top 100 Lawyers 2022 honoree by Los Angeles Business Journal in “Top 100 Lawyers 2022 – Nicky Jatana.”
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has signed into law an amendment to the Illinois Equal Pay Act (IEPA) requiring companies with 100 or more employees in Illinois to obtain an equal pay registration certificate from the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL).
Landmark labor agreements with members of the men’s and women’s national teams will include higher paychecks and shared World Cup prize money.
RREMC, LLC, doing business as Denny’s Restaurant, a Florida-based company and the third-largest Denny’s franchisee in the United States, has agreed to pay $45,000 to settle a national origin discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Startup helps firms with life cycle of hiring remote workers
One in five workers who quit their job wish they had remained in their old position, according to a recent poll.
A state agency in New York has filed an administrative complaint against Amazon, alleging the e-commerce giant discriminated against pregnant and disabled workers by denying them “reasonable accommodations” and forcing them to take unpaid leave
Workplace discrimination against caregivers persists due to both conscious and unconscious bias,
Don’t let misconduct threaten everything you’ve built. Create a sexual harassment policy and training program to protect your employees and your business.
As we continue to build back from the pandemic, the Biden-Harris Administration is focused on making sure that the economy grows back in a way that works for American families.
Employees in all 50 states are now protected against discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. What does that mean for your small business?
HR hasn’t traditionally been the most data-driven department. Employees are individuals, not numbers, so what value could you get from analyzing data about people?