Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce David M. McLaughlin has joined the firm’s Silicon Valley office as a principal. David joins the firm from Ropers Majeski where he was a partner and chair of the firm’s Employment practice group.
Archives for August 25, 2022
Raha Assadi was honored by the Dallas Women Lawyers Association with the Rising Raggio Award.
Evan Rosen and Garen Dodge author “Navigating the Background Check Minefield,” published by the American Staffing Association.
Jones Walker LLP is pleased to announce that 139 attorneys across the firm’s offices were listed in the annual peer-review attorney rankings in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2023. In addition, 12 attorneys received the esteemed The Best Lawyers in America© “Lawyer of the Year” designation for 2023, and 34 attorneys are recognized on The Best Lawyers in America© “Ones to Watch” 2023 list.
On August 19, the Federal Register published a Notice that OFCCP received a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) from the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR). CIR is seeking all federal prime contractors’ and first-tier subcontractors’ EEO-1 Type 2 Consolidated Reports for the period 2016-2020. The Type 2 Report includes data for all employees of the company (i.e., all employees at headquarters as well as all establishments) categorized by race/ethnicity, sex, and job category.
Across many industries, technology is giving employers a means to electronically gauge what their workers are doing — a fundamental change in workplace practice.
Whether it’s clients, colleagues, or family, your work likely makes more of an impact than you realize.
The National Labor Relations Board says Starbucks is violating U.S. labor law by withholding pay hikes and other benefits from stores that have voted to unionize
Antonio Dominguez had never seen a car wash before moving to Los Angeles from Mexico in 1997.
Wall Street investment giants including Goldman Sachs and Bank of America are forcing junior bankers and interns to remove TikTok videos that violate social media policies, according to a report.
About 16 million working-age Americans have long-term Covid, according to a Brookings Institution report
Arden Cho is more than happy to compare her on-screen persona to Elle Woods.
Many may do more to protect against litigation than to reduce discrimination
Millions of Americans are returning to the office or workplace.
We are in the equivalent of a massive game of employer-employee chicken.