Gavin Alexander discusses ways legal professionals can address their mental health issues including arranging a reduced work hour arrangement with their firm or starting therapy in “7 therapists and lawyers offer keys to navigating the stresses of Big Law,” published by Business Insider.
Archives for September 1, 2022
Stacy A. Tees Explores CMS in Workers’ Compensation Setting with CLM Magazine
Stacy A. Tees, partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Workers’ Compensation group, explores in CLM Magazine the challenges employers face in workers’ compensation claims with the changing, sometimes vague, reporting requirements of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
“FordHarrison Lands 4-Attorney Allen Norton Team in Orlando,” Law360
Shannon L. Kelly, Mark E. Levitt, Marc A. Sugerman and Howie M. Waldman were featured in the Law360 article, “FordHarrison Lands 4-Attorney Allen Norton Team in Orlando”. A big welcome to Orlando for them all!
How to Tell If a Prospective Employer Values Psychological Safety
Look out for these red flags.
Quiet Quitting Is About Bad Bosses, Not Bad Employees
Decades of research shows that workers are much more likely to go the extra mile when their managers invest in them.
Bosses say remote work kills culture. These companies disagree.
Julia Cummings, a Los Angeles-based remote worker for a software start-up, said that in her job, she has access to nearly anything she might need.
Women Are Getting to Corner Offices Faster Than Men
Women executives are still a small portion of top management inside the biggest U.S. companies. But more are joining the ranks.
Judge shrinks $10 million jury award to Novant exec fired because he’s a white man
In October, a federal jury in Charlotte awarded $10 million in punitive damages to a former top Novant Health executive who claimed he had been fired because he is a white male.
Connecticut Assistant Principal Placed on Leave after Admitting to Anti-Catholic Discrimination
An assistant principal of an elementary school in Greenwich, Conn., has been placed on administrative leave after he admitted to discriminating against Catholic and conservative teaching applicants.
These Workers Were the Bosses’ Favorites. Now They Feel Jilted.
What’s waiting for people heading back to the office after Labor Day? Jealous looks from the underappreciated colleagues who returned long ago.
Eleven HRW Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers in America (2023 Edition)
The post Eleven HRW Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers in America (2023 Edition) appeared first on Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP.
New York Department of Health Extends Deadline and Issues Additional Guidance for Health Care Worker Bonus Program
In early August, the New York State Department of Health (DOH) announced and opened the New York Health Care Worker Bonus (HWB) Program, which provides $1.2 billion dollars in health care worker bonuses to eligible employees.
Walmart Sued For Disability Discrimination by EEOC
Once again, Walmart has found itself as a target of discrimination claims. On August 8th, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued the retail giant for disability discrimation in one of its South Carolina locations. According to a press release from the agency, the lawsuit involves Walmart’s violation of the Americans
Pets at Work
In this episode, Jen discusses the obligation to allow service, assistive, and emotional support animals come to work, and when an employer can make Rover stay home.
Workplace Monitoring Is Commonplace In The Legal Industry
A healthy amount of paranoia about having messages and internet searches discovered might be beneficial.