In this podcast, Scott Kelly, co-chair of Ogletree Deakins’ Affirmative Action and OFCCP Compliance Practice Group, sits down with Hera Arsen, the firm’s director of content at Workplace Strategies, Ogletree Deakins’ national labor and employment law seminar for human resources professionals and in-house counsel, to discuss recent directives and regulatory initiatives from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Archives for June 9, 2022
At the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) Board meeting on June 8, 2022, the board voted to begin the rulemaking process. The Board previously released a 66-page draft of regulations, that are intended to implement and interpret the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act
A Jackson County judge has thrown out a verdict that ordered the Blue Springs School District to pay more than $4 million for denying a transgender student access to the male-designated bathrooms and locker rooms.
A U.K. woman’s sexual harassment claims against her coworker have been dismissed after a particularly racy message was pinned on spellcheck.
As summer starts to sizzle in Colorado, and the Colorado General Assembly closes its session, employers have seen a flurry of new laws affecting Colorado employees.
Employer plans have played out like a game of chicken. Now workers are rebelling outright, and executives are trying everything to make the office worth it.
A group of employees at Trader Joe’s in Hadley, Mass., said they petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to hold a union election
Microsoft staff who reach settlements over toxic practices or assault won’t be bound to silence.
With increasing numbers of employees working in distributed configurations, keeping everyone on the same page has become increasingly difficult. This simple step can fix that
Helping your employees build workplace connections is critical if you want to attract and retain talent. People who feel like they belong and have workplace friendships are happier, healthier and more engaged.
The last couple of years have not been a particularly good time to be a woman in the workplace.
Professionals across all generations and industries share regrets about their careers, but some vary by circumstance.
As tensions rise between Starbucks and baristas who want to unionize, the imminent closure of a store in Ithaca, New York, is taking on outsized significance.
Microsoft recently announced it will be doubling its global merit budget and it isn’t alone in companies planning to pay employees even more.