The California Legislature is halfway through the session, and to no surprise, lawmakers are considering several employment-related bills. Of course, nothing is final before Governor Newsom’s signature, but now is a good time to assess what the future may hold.
Archives for June 6, 2022
More than half of all workplace discrimination complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission involve retaliation. Attorney Mark Bakker discusses how employers can prevent and defend against retaliation claims.
An article written by Nexen Pruet employment lawyers Bridget Blinn-Spears and Caitlin Walker has been picked up by Law360 Employment Authority as expert analysis.
Independent law firm analysts recognize 9 Nexsen Pruet practice areas and 32 attorneys
Lindsey Chopin discusses a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit that upheld the certification of a class despite the named representatives having only invested in seven of the thirty-seven investment offerings claims were brought against in “3rd Circ. Ruling Hints At Limits To Employers’ High Court Win,” published by Law360.
The 2022 edition of Chambers USA, the annual guidebook to the best lawyers and law firms in the U.S., saw top placement and individual recognitions for Goldberg Segalla’s Employment and Labor, Commercial Litigation and Arbitration, and Global Insurance Services practices, along with outstanding individual lawyers throughout the firm.
A six-month program involving thousands of workers across 70 companies in Britain will be the latest effort to assess the effects of a shorter workweek.
Uber and Lyft are pushing a ballot measure that would bar their drivers from full employment status, but a court could throw it out.
Great Resignation hasn’t really slowed down with confident employees still leaving the labor market in record numbers, even as fears grow about a looming economic slowdown.
Unanimous opinion goes against trend of rulings making it easier for businesses to avoid class-action lawsuits brought by workers
Elon Musk seemed to try to assuage investors’ anxiety over the weekend, following his leaked emails about slashing Tesla’s workforce, which sent the stock nosediving on June 3, closing down 9.22%.
A new study finds dysfunction can be highly contagious in the workplace, and leaders who behave badly can change the norms of what is expected and permissible and sometimes pollute the entire work ecosystem.
Cultivate your team by caring about belonging.
According to a recent survey of more than 32,000 workers from 17 countries, nearly two thirds of today’s workforce would consider looking for a new job if they were required to return to the office full time.