Joseph Lynett and Sheri Giger comment on what three recent U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity cases related to COVID-19 could mean for employers in “What 3 COVID-19-related ADA cases say about EEOC’s compliance priorities,” published by HR Dive.
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Jeffrey Brecher, David Golder and Eric Magnus author “Why FLSA Settlement Reviews May Be Increasingly Unneeded,” published by Law360.
Christopher Patrick discusses the potential impact a new pay transparency law in California could have on both employers and employees in “California Is The Latest State To Pass a Pay Transparency Law. What Will It Mean For Workers? published by Forbes.
Jonathan Cavalier was named to Philadelphia Business Journal‘s Best of the Bar list, which recognizes the best lawyers in the Greater Philadelphia region.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to change the standard for determining if two employers may be joint employers under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The proposed rule, expected to become effective sometime in 2023, could make it more likely that professional
The question of who provides workers’ compensation insurance in employer–staffing company relationships is handled in different ways. Frequently, the staffing company will provide workers’ compensation coverage for all individuals provided to the client company. Issues sometimes arise related to the client company’s and staffing company’s liability under a joint-employer theory
Employers may be able to alleviate some of the stress and burden associated with economic downturns by working with state unemployment agencies and using workshare programs. Workshare programs allow employers to enter into agreements with state unemployment agencies to reduce employee hours without laying off employees or disqualifying them from
We hire employees to do their job, but what happens when they need protected time off or a reasonable accommodation?
Jaz Brisack said her employer had refused to accommodate her scheduling requests. Starbucks said it sought to balance requests against business needs.
The coffee giant intends to speed up drink-making and open thousands of additional locations in China over the next three years.
How managers can create the conditions for work friendships to flourish.
A new paper on cybervetting says that organizations need to develop and implement clearly defined rules regarding how they use online information about job candidates.
The deadline to avert a strike is midnight Friday.
When so many jobs shifted to remote work, plenty of employees cheered the fact they could eliminate their commute and better manage their work-life balance.
The NBA has punished Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver to the tune of a $10 million fine and a one-year suspension from all basketball-related activity as a result of its investigation into Sarver’s workplace conduct.