In this episode, Jen walks through the DLSE’s conference and hearing processes, and offers some practical strategies for navigating the system.
Archives for July 12, 2022
Joseph Lazzarotti comments on the potential for employers collecting family medical history to violate the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act based on a recent U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission settlement in “Covid Testing Case Warns Employers on Genetic Bias Law Liability,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Sarah B. Herlihy has rejoined the firm’s Boston office as office litigation manager and principal. Sarah was previously a partner at Arrowood LLP where she focused on complex civil litigation matters on behalf of employers and others.
Under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), as amended by the Multiemployer Pension Plan Amendments Act (MPPAA), a company incurs withdrawal liability when it withdraws from a multiemployer pension plan.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States. June is Men’s Health Month. For manufacturers competing for employees, these important topics often are overlooked.
The National Labor Relations Board modified its electronic notice posting requirements for workplaces impacted by COVID-19. Paragon Systems, Inc., 371 NLRB No. 104 (June 2, 2022).
Louisiana Court Allows Accommodation, Retaliation Claims To Proceed to Trial
Earlier this year, in Steuer v. Tomaras, et al., Georgia’s Statewide Business Court again refused to modify certain restrictive covenants that were missing a territory. Dr. Steuer, a former partner of the defendant doctors, sought to enforce restrictive covenants. The doctor defendants sought to declare the non-compete and non-solicit provisions contained in the agreements unenforceable.
Plant City Restaurant Subjected Black Employee to Racial and Homophobic Epithets, Then Forced Him to Quit, Federal Agency Charged
In 2020, office workers were liberated from their cubicle farms and nasty commutes, as companies embraced what was supposed to be a temporary experiment with remote work while the pandemic raged.
Behavioral nudges can help remove bias from your process.
An annual tournament allows employees to wager on the best ideas.
Three Walt Disney World workers who were fired because they refused to wear face masks or get the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons slapped the Florida theme park with a lawsuit.