Bringing together general counsel, Title IX coordinators, equity directors, ethics officers, and other key administrators, along with outside counsel, the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) 2022 annual conference provided an opportunity to contemplate the impact of the U.S. Department of the Education’s release of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), recent and anticipated U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and a host of other issues.
Archives for July 11, 2022
There are two key cases pending before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida on Florida’s “Stop W.O.K.E. Act”: the Falls, et al. v. DeSantis, et al., matter (No. 4:22-cv-00166) and the Honeyfund.com, et al. v. DeSantis, et al., matter (No. 4:22-cv-00227). The Northern District of Florida has issued its first order on the Act, which went into effect on July 1, 2022.
Developing employees’ skills doesn’t have to be disruptive. In fact, research suggests it shouldn’t be.
A complicated and drawn-out recruitment rarely translates to making better hires.
Bullying allegations jumped 44% year-on-year, study finds
Nine health care workers who sued Democratic Maine Gov. Janet Mills over the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate have until Monday to reveal their identities.
A viral Reddit post has prompted thousands of online commenters to share the awful things their bosses have said to them at one point in their careers.
A jury in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia awarded Billman $250,000 in compensatory damages in the civil suit, agreeing with his contention that he endured racism that created a hostile work environment, then faced retaliation for reporting it.
Three former employees have sued Walt Disney World, saying they were fired after refusing to wear face masks and get the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons, according to a lawsuit.
Right now, there’s a lot of worry about the country tipping into yet another recession.
An ever-tightening labor market is a big issue in many locations across the globe.
Nearly 400,000 jobs added in a month and an unemployment rate near a 50-year low is probably enough evidence of the extreme tightness in the US labor market.
There are signs the tech jobs boom is beginning to cool. But for the most part, tech professionals remain unphased.
In response to the United States Supreme Court decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order on Friday, July 8, 2022, designed to protect access to reproductive health care services. In addition to measures seeking to safeguard access to abortion and contraception, the