Black women are struggling to feel valued, respected and supported at work.
Archives for July 6, 2022
Workers’ compensation is a “no-fault” insurance system that was established to provide benefits (medical care and lost wage benefits) to employees injured or who suffer illness or disease while in the course and scope of their employment.
Attorneys have noticed a growing trend of employees suing their employers over late wages under New York labor law.
Tomorrow, President Biden will join union workers and retirees at the Max S. Hayes High School in Cleveland, Ohio to announce the final rule implementing the American Rescue Plan’s Special Financial Assistance program.
After a period of incredible job growth, many economists are calling it a cooling off.
Emily Levy and Lisa Kathumbi discuss Littler’s Annual Employer Survey Report and how employers will need to adapt to the “new normal” to mitigate risks and grow stronger.
Columbus Bar Association Legal Connections