In this episode, Jen discusses how to conduct effective performance reviews and common employer mistakes in this important area.
Archives for June 1, 2022
Employers searching for skilled workers should not overlook the powerful, but somewhat obscure immigration tool–the E visa. While use of this visa is dependent on certain treaty laws, qualifying organizations may employ the E visa to hire employees which can provide needed options for companies to replace employees in the post-pandemic economic marketplace. On this episode of We get work™ we share the many benefits of the E visa–as well as who and how to qualify.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the firm and its attorneys have been recognized in the 2022 Edition of Chambers USA. Chambers and Partners, the world’s leading research and analytics firm for the legal profession, published its rankings of the top lawyers and law firms across the U.S. Chambers USA is the definitive and most comprehensive resource guide for businesses seeking information on external legal counsel in the country.
Stephanie Adler-Paindiris, Stephanie Lewis and Benjamin Sharkey discuss the addition of Lori Mans to Jackson Lewis’ Jacksonville, Florida office in “Jackson Lewis Adds Former Constangy Brooks Atty In Fla.” published by Law360.
Firm Ranks Nationally in Five Practice Areas and Regionally in 15 Practice Areas
Devjani Mishra talks about why employers should carefully follow federal, state and local privacy laws when asking about and collecting employees’ health information.
Devjani Mishra, Barry Hartstein and Michael Lotito provide insight into the findings of Littler’s Annual Employer Survey and several workplace issues and the fast-changing regulations facing employers. (Subscription required.)
Human Resource Executive (Annual Employer Survey Report)
Devjani Mishra talks about Littler’s Annual Employer Survey Report and the COVID-related issues employers are still dealing with. (Subscription required.)
Benefits Pro (Annual Employer Survey Report)
Devjani Mishra talks about Littler’s Annual Employer Survey Report results and explains how employers are adapting their strategies as COVID-19 continues to cast a long shadow over businesses of all shapes and sizes. (Subscription required.)
American City Business Journals
Rhonda Levy and George Vassos examine a British Columbia case that considered what differentiates an employee from an independent contractor under the province’s Employment Standards Act (ESA).
Human Resources Director Canada
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On May 20, 2022, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) published its FY 2022 Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL) for supply and service contractors. OFCCP has stated that it will immediately begin to send out scheduling letters to some of the contractors on the new list. This
These bad bosses may be fictional, but they deliver real-world lessons in leadership and management.
There is plenty in the news about the “Great Resignation.”
The traditional parental visit to a child’s new job underscores vanishing office life.
Your employees need you to show them that their mental health matters, that their workplace’s culture is for—not against—them.