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Archives for August 4, 2022
The labor market for jobs you can do on a laptop is expanding beyond major cities.
Some workers are embracing ‘quiet quitting’ for better balance — but there are risks
Retailer is restructuring headquarters operations after warning of profit troubles
There is a work style that has been steadily and stealthily emerging.
Nurses, retail workers, and other employees can owe thousands of dollars just for quitting their job—or getting laid off.
On July 7th, Florida resident Kyla Alegata filed suit against Walmart in federal court. After giving birth in the middle of the pandemic, the 21-year old mother found her employer to be inconsiderate of her needs as a new working mother. Alegata alleges that Walmart failed to provide pregnancy-related
In this episode, Jen discusses the “Great Resignation” and tips for recruiting and retaining talent in our challenging job market.
On August 2, 2022, the Supreme Court of New Jersey handed down a key ruling that significantly impacts how companies across the state should classify workers as independent contractors. In East Bay Drywall, LLC. v.
On July 27, 2022, the Director of California’s Department of Finance sent a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom and other state officials, noting that the Department had determined poor economic conditions necessitated expedited increases to the minimum wage.
Four months after its controversial nominee, David Weil, withdrew his name from contention as Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) of the Department of Labor (DOL), the White House has nominated Acting Administrator Jessica Looman to head the post. Prior to joining the DOL as Principal Deputy Administrator
Josephine Rendall-Neal explains when a philosophical or religious belief is protected under the UK anti-discrimination law and offers concrete examples for employers.
Cindy-Ann Thomas explains why companies are finding themselves between a rock and a hard place in the wake of Florida’s Stop WOKE Act.
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The latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has barely been contained, yet employers are now being hit with employee inquiries related to monkeypox. As this virus spreads, states and localities are declaring emergencies while employers are struggling to determine how to respond to this new challenge, including what steps