A school district infringed on an assistant football coach’s rights under the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment when it suspended him for continuing to publicly pray after football games in violation of its policy, the U.S. Supreme Court has held. Kennedy v. Bremerton Sch. Dist., No. 21-418, 2022 U.S. LEXIS 3218 (June 27, 2022).
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Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, employers had been accepting electronic signatures—instead of “wet” signatures—on employment agreements and related onboarding documents for several years. Last month, a Second Circuit decision made it more difficult for employers to do so.
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The e-commerce giant planned to build an airport cargo center, hire 1,000 workers and invest hundreds of millions of dollars over 20 years.
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In its last two weeks of a blockbuster term, the U.S. Supreme Court released two major First Amendment decisions dealing with religious liberty: Carson v. Makin, about whether Maine could refuse to fund religious schools, and Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, about whether a football coach could pray on the field after games.
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As many as 3 million workers and retirees who faced pension cuts because of investment losses will get the benefits they were set to receive.
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Google senior technical product manager Ayodele Duyile explains the box-checking traps companies fall into — and how much better your inclusive workplace can be without it.
Q: As employees are returning to in-person work in the office, I am noticing an increase in workplace conflict. What can I do to minimize disruptions and foster a positive workplace?
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Back in 1999, luxury clothing designer Tom Ford made a prediction about how technology might influence the way people dress in the not-so-near future.