The effects of long COVID on fitness for duty can be significant.
Archives for June 2022
As people look for a better work life balance, employees must be empowered to work in ways that deliver the best results.
Seattle on Tuesday passed a first-of-its-kind, worker-backed minimum-wage ordinance for many of its 40,000 gig workers.
Elon Musk has reportedly told Tesla employees to come back into their respective offices full time or leave the company.
Job openings fell by 455,000 in April, from an upwardly revised 11.855 million the previous month.
In honor and celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Littler attorney, Judy Iriye (L.A. – Century City) talks with fellow Littler attorney, Kevin Yam (New York) and Littler alum, Fran Barbieri (Chief Counsel, Litigation and Employment at World Wide Technology in St Louis, Missouri), about personal
With summer fast approaching, OSHA has ramped up investigations into heat-related injuries in the workplace. In furtherance of President Biden’s heat illness initiative, on October 27, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking regarding a future standard requiring employers to prevent heat-related
On May 27, 2022, the San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) issued its “Proposed Rules Implementing the Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance (as amended).”
As part of a wave of women’s health reforms, Spain has announced that it is planning to introduce specific paid medical leave (potentially up to 5 days a month in cases of severe pain – with a doctor’s note) for people who suffer from period pain. Those eligible would receive