Beginning November 1, 2022, New York City private sector employees will no longer be subject to the COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
Archives for September 21, 2022
Virginia Education Department Releases New Model Policies on Treatment of Student Gender Identity
The Virginia Department of Education issued new 2022 Model Policies pursuant to Virginia School Code § 22.1-23.3 that reverse the 2021 Model Policies.
Biden Administration Clarifies That Government Will Not Enforce Federal Contractor COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
In a statement on its website, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force has indicated that, until further notice, the government will not enforce any part (not just the COVID-19 vaccine mandate portion) of Executive Order 14042 (EO 14042).
Dallas-Based FordHarrison Partner Named 2022 Texas Super Lawyer
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Rachel Ziolkowski Ullrich has been selected to the 2022 “Texas Super Lawyers” list.
4 Tactics that Backfire When Dealing with a Difficult Colleague
Suppressing your emotions doesn’t work. Neither does starting a flame war.
How Black Women Can Navigate Pay-Gap Gaslighting
The pay gap between Black women and white men has widened in 2022.
Your workplace desperately needs this type of boss, researchers say—but only 1 in 4 employees have one
The pandemic has changed a lot about the world, including what you may need from your boss to succeed.
New York’s Landmark AI Bias Law Prompts Uncertainty
Companies that use AI in hiring are trying to determine how to comply with a New York law that mandates they test their systems for potential biases
EEOC: Valparaiso company paying out $100,000 in discrimination case
A Valparaiso-based company that offers industrial and environmental cleaning services is paying out a $100,000 settlement for discriminating against Black and Hispanic employees, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The labor movement isn’t just about wages anymore, says U.S. Labor Secretary
In a stark change, union leaders aren’t primarily interested in wages, but in better working conditions.
Why The Temporary Worker Must Be A Part Of The Recession Labor Market Discussion
It’s been over a decade since the country’s last financial crisis. Since then, we’ve mainly been experiencing a long run of growth.
Starbucks workers end historic 64-day strike on Commonwealth Avenue
Employees at the Brookline store had been on strike 24/7 since mid-July, making this the longest documented action against the global coffee chain.
Four Ways To Address Communication Problems In The Workplace
Workplace communication is one of the most popular topics of the day.
How To Strengthen Team Unity In A Virtual Workplace
Unity. It’s one of the most important traits of any successful team — whether in the office, in the military or on a sports field.
Here’s How You Can Celebrate World Gratitude Day at Your Workplace
“quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” dominating the news, gratitude may be the solution.