Michael Hatcher discusses the legality of board diversity laws with disclosure requirements as recent mandate-based laws have been struck down in court in “Board Diversity Disclosure Rules Thrive as Mandates Die in Court,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Archives for June 14, 2022
Effective January 1, 2023, Washington employers with at least 15 employees must affirmatively disclose the wage scale or salary range and a general description of all benefits and other compensation being offered when posting job openings, regardless of whether such information is requested by the applicant.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized for its work in three practice areas, including Immigration, Labor-Management, and Labor and Employment Disputes (Including Collective Actions): Defense in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 United States. The Legal 500 is a guide to commercial law firms in the United States and it conducts extensive research on lawyers it considers, including interviewing clients.
U.S. President Joe Biden will attend a union convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday as he seeks to deepen relationships with organized labor and improve his approval ratings and popularity among Democrats, which have taken a hit recently.
Even in a tight market, it’s possible to make a big talent upgrade
Tupac Shakur is often credited with saying: “If there was no money, and everything depended on your moral standards, the way that you behaved and the way that you treated people, how would you be doing in life?”
It’s critical to deal with problem-causing employees so they don’t hold your business back. So, what do you do if someone is causing issues?
That’s how much of life most of us spend working. The only thing we spend more time doing is sleeping.
While some leaders may feel like things are beginning to return to normal, data from Gallup’s new State of the Global Workplace report suggests that the emotional side of work has not healed from the pressures of the last two years.
Many employees plan to pursue remote-work opportunities in the future, according to new findings by the SHRM Research Institute.
Percentage of Indeed job listings that advertise “fair chance” hiring
The pandemic shone a spotlight on the vast disparities in benefits and rights among America’s workforce and helped fuel a movement to unionize more workers.
As Midwest temperatures rise, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration reminds employers and workers not to ignore the dangers of working in a hot environment – indoors and out – and remember “Water. Rest. Shade.”
A recent Seventh Circuit decision interpreting Illinois law affirmed the district court’s ruling that an employee’s refusal to engage in activity illegal in New York, but not in Illinois, was neither protected under the Illinois Whistleblower Act (“IWA”) nor under a common-law retaliatory discharge theory.
In Perez v. Staples Contract