Nexsen Pruet’s Employment and Labor Law practice introduces a new video series with insight on physician contracts. Learn the fundamental contract terms a new physician should be aware of with Attorney Mary Stuart King.
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Jody Kahn Mason authors “How Upcoming Biometric Ruling May Affect Ill. Employers,” published by Law360.
Lori Mans was selected to Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite list in the labor and employment law category.
Even as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports increased hiring in the manufacturing industry over the last year, filling certain positions remain a challenge, especially for those that require highly skilled workers. Greater use of technology in the industry can help employers and recruiters successfully cast a wider net to attract qualified, diverse candidates.
The move toward automation was underway in the manufacturing industry well before the current labor shortage triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Justin L. Clark, Counsel, in the firm’s San Francisco Bay Area office, was named to the 2022 Northern California Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers magazine.
The Supreme Court has ruled the federal Clean Air Act does not grant the Environmental Protection Agency authority to act without Congress when capping plant emissions through measures such as “generation shifting” — i.e. transitioning from high-emission (coal) to low-emission (electricity) production.
Workers looking for new jobs have plenty of options, despite recent layoffs and hiring slowdowns in key parts of the economy.
Brandon Dermatology, a Tampa Bay-based medical practice, will compensate affected employees and furnish other relief to resolve a Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA) finding made by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Lone Wolf Resources, L.L.C., an environmental remediation and construction services company based in Texas will pay $50,000 and furnish other relief to settle a race discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency announced today.
T. Rowe Price, Exxon, others say higher pay is needed to keep up with rivals or to reflect that staffers are paying more for gasoline, groceries
U.S. President Joe Biden plans to honor Richard Trumka, the deceased former head of the largest U.S. labor organization, with the medal of freedom on Thursday, Biden said at an event marking the culmination of a bid to bolster pension plans.
The number of U.S. positions available was 11.3 million in May, the second straight monthly decline.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act can protect HR professionals from retaliation for giving deposition testimony against a former employer, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held.
When my employees and I started to emerge out of our COVID-19 cocoons, none of us really knew how to navigate the transition back to the office. What I understood when I looked at my team, though, was the overwhelming level of loss.