The U.S. Supreme Court decisions that were issued in June 2022 had a significant impact on employers, and employers are now looking at implementing policies and practices in response to the decisions.
Archives for July 13, 2022
Jackson Lewis Names Ryan P. Lessman and Patricia Anderson Pryor Client Solutions Leaders
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Ryan P. Lessman and Patricia Anderson Pryor have been appointed firmwide Client Solutions Leaders (CSOLs). Their newly created roles focus on overseeing and coordinating the work of the firm’s practice group leaders, industry group leaders, client services group leaders and resource group leaders.
Episode 31: Rest/Meal Period Premiums: Wages or Penalties, and Who Cares?
In this episode, Jen discusses the California Supreme Court’s recent decision in Naranjo v. Spectrum Security Services, Inc. regarding the proper treatment of Labor Code section 226.7 “premium pay.”
The New Era of Mental Health in the Workplace; the FMLA and ADA Implications (Florida Emphasis)
There is no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of the workplace. Whether for better or for worse may be subject to debate and personal opinion, but what is a fairly certain point is that the pandemic, now in its third year, has forced the United States workers and their employers to gradually become more and more aware of mental health in the workplace.
CDF Webinar: Setting Sail for PAGA Litigation After Viking River
With the recent United States Supreme Court decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana, the landscape of California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) has undergone a seismic shift. While the ruling has been widely heralded as a victory for employers, it is not so clear that smoother waters are ahead. In this webinar, members of CDF’s PAGA Litigation Practice Team will discuss the current state of the law and provide guidance that will help employers navigate the new terrain.
CA MCLE, HRCI & SHRM credit pending.
Red Flags You Won’t See on a CEO’s Resume
A conversation with HBS professor Aiyesha Dey on looking at character when hiring executives.
So Your Boss Is Always Canceling Meetings Last Minute
Here’s how to address the problem in a productive way.
Rover’s Place to Pay $60,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Case
The EEOC charged alleging that Rover’s Place subjected an employee to a hostile work environment, inquired into his medical history, and forced him to quit his job because of his opioid addiction disability.
Green Lantern and Pullman Associates to Pay $60,000 to Settle EEOC Sexual Harassment Suit
Green-Lantern Inn, Inc. and Pullman Associates, LLC, two commonly-owned Rochester, New York-based companies that own and operate the Mr. Dominic’s on Main and Mr. Dominic’s at the Lake restaurants in Rochester, New York, will pay $60,000 and furnish other relief to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Armed Forces Services Corporation Settles EEOC Sexual Harassment Lawsuit For $60,000
Armed Forces Services Corporation (AFSC), an Arlington, Virginia-based provider of health and wellness solutions to military service members, has agreed to pay $60,000 and provide other relief to resolve a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Recruiters Are Burned Out, And Gen Z Job Demands Aren’t Helping
Hiring professionals are exasperated by bold pay requirements and fickleness from young job applicants amid Great Resignation turbulence.
1 in 5 office workers say they have been reprimanded, demoted, or even fired over misinterpreted messages
The post-COVID world has thrown numerous spanners into the way we work, and digital communication seems to be one of the most affected.
What The Peter Principle, Dunning-Kruger Effect And Imposter Syndrome Look Like In The Workplace
With all the challenges people currently face, wouldn’t it be nice to have a great boss?
Workplace Covid Testing Must Be ‘Business Necessity,’ EEOC Says
Employers should now take more factors into consideration when choosing whether to screen employees for Covid-19, according to new guidance from the EEOC.
Why requiring workers to spend more days in the office could backfire
Before the pandemic, many corporate leaders believed that allowing their employees to work from home would hurt productivity. But, in many cases, the pandemic proved otherwise.