Jennie Cluverius shares insight on FMLA eligibility requirements for employers of different sizes. Learn more about these requirements, ADA protections and other reasonable accommodations.
Archives for June 17, 2022
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the firm jumped to #16 on The American Lawyer’s 2022 Diversity Scorecard, moving up 60 spots from the previous year. The Scorecard ranks law firms based on percentage of diverse lawyers in their U.S. offices.
Nicky Jatana discusses her career path to office managing principal of Jackson Lewis’ Los Angeles office and how she works to maintain a collegial and service-oriented culture in “How I Made Office Managing Partner,” published by Law.com
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) General Counsel’s office issued a memorandum reiterating the rights of immigrant workers under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Continuing its aggressive approach to expanding legal protections for workers and labor unions, the General Counsel’s office of the NLRB issued Memorandum OM 22-09, reiterating NLRB policy on workers’ rights to access the NLRB collective bargaining and remedial procedures regardless of immigration status, without fear of reprisals from their employers or the federal government.
Over six months after the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (Connecticut FMLA) took effect, proposed regulations are slated for consideration and approval by the Connecticut Legislative Regulation Review Committee (LRRC).
Executive Summary: In a stunning 8-1 decision that is expected to reverberate throughout the entire California business community, the United States Supreme Court on June 15, 2022 held that a state court ruling, which previously prevented California employers from compelling individual arbitration of an employee’s claims under California’s Private Attorneys’ General Act (“PAGA”) was preempted by the Federal Arbitration Act. The High Court’s decision is a rare, but significant, victory for employers that – at least for now – will provide some comfort to businesses hoping to rein in some of the more toxic and abusive litigation practices in California.
In an email, Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president, said the letter had made other employees “feel uncomfortable, intimidated and bullied.”
The star quarterback is expected to be disciplined in the coming weeks after accusations of sexual misconduct with massage therapists—and the NFL players’ union is gearing up to aid him
After decades of declining power, US workers are showing renewed resolve.
It’s not a fixed personality trait. It’s a state any employee can attain — with enough organizational support.
Currently, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health’s (Cal/OSHA) COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) requires employers to review and use current California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidance for persons who had close contact to an individual with COVID-19, including any guidance regarding quarantine or other measures after a
American workers have seen their wages climb faster than at any time since the mid-1980s. But inflation has risen so fast that workers have actually been handed a pay cut instead.
A digital workplace in today’s remote, in-person and hybrid world should drive performance and efficiency for companies, not hinder it.
A Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) shareholder sued the electric car maker, Chief Executive Elon Musk and its board, accusing them of neglecting to tackle complaints about workplace discrimination and harassment, and engendering a “toxic workplace culture.”