Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed HB 22-1317 into law on June 8, 2022. The new law significantly limits the enforceability of non-compete agreements executed after August 10, 2022 — the law’s effective date — for employers with employees working or living in Colorado.
Archives for June 28, 2022
Is the COVID-19 pandemic a “natural disaster” for purposes of the notice exception of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act?
In this issue of the Class Action Trends Report, Jackson Lewis attorneys discuss recent developments in arbitration and their impact on employment class actions. These include the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021, several impactful U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and the emergence of mass arbitration.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Mark Saloman was named FordHarrison’s Berkeley Heights Office Managing Partner.
A new Deloitte survey (and a new single from the music legend) show superachievers are at breaking point too.
A lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims two employees with a North Carolina company say they were fired after refusing to participate in the firm’s daily Christian devotionals
Technology giant Google says workers who live in parts of the country where abortion is no longer legal after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade may relocate to states where their rights are protected, no questions asked, according to reports.
At the height of the pandemic, frontline workers were described as “heroes” and “rock stars,” but that was short-lived. As restrictions have eased and the frenzy of the early lockdowns has died down, the admiration and public praise for frontline workers has faded away.
If you’ve recently eaten at a fast-food restaurant, driven on a toll road or checked out groceries at the supermarket, you may have noticed one thing they all have in common: Many people who used to help you have been replaced by machines.
Companies are treading a thin line amid pressure from shareholders, employees, and the public.
Post-Covid America was projected to see a modern-day resurgence of the Roaring Twenties.
The pandemic taught us many lessons but what did we learn?
Corporations are learning that without mandates or strong arming, many workers prefer not to come back to the office most of the time.
58 percent can work from home at least part-time, 35 percent full-time