Twenty-five attorneys in Goldberg Segalla’s Garden City, Manhattan, and White Plains offices have been listed in the 2022 New York Metro edition of Super Lawyers.
Archives for September 29, 2022
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Philip K. Davidoff, Partner, Bran C. Noonan, Partner, and Stephen E. Zweig, Partner – Senior Status, were named to the 2022 New York Super Lawyers List and Vince M. Avery, Partner, and Marissa Vitolo, Counsel, were named to the 2022 New York Rising Stars List.
The governor’s decision, after a veto last year, will allow mail voting in unionization elections. President Biden had pushed for approval.
Targets must be detailed to create transparency, shared to induce accountability, and accompanied by action plans to promote change.
A teacher who taught in Maryland for years has settled a discrimination lawsuit, claiming she was subjected to “pervasive and severe” verbal and physical assaults because of her transgender identity.
U.S. Labor Secretary Martin Walsh said he was “optimistic about this moment in time” for labor, telling a Beacon Hill audience about an event at the White House this summer with labor organizers from around the country.
With “quiet quitting” dominating conversations about work, it feels like something has broken down in the relationship between employer and employee.
When I’m asked what will determine continued success for companies in our current climate, my mind turns to wrestling.
The rules are confusing. It’s probable that a growing number of your current and prospective employees are consuming cannabis products.
Working in the field of human resources, leaders (and teams) will be faced with many challenges that are sometimes outside of their scope.
You’ve probably heard the phrase “quiet quitting,” catching on across social media. It’s when a worker is doing the bare minimum, only when they’re on the clock, and just doing enough to collect a paycheck.
Workers are set to hold onto the upper hand they gained over the past two years as more states start requiring pay disclosures on job postings.
Mr. Adame finds himself at the center of a debate over whether employers should be policing their workers’ legal off-the-clock activities online.
In this episode, Jen lists the documents that should (and should not!) be included in a personnel file.
On September 8, 2022, an Illinois federal judge dismissed with prejudice a Biometric Information Privacy Act (Privacy Act or BIPA) class action against an online eyewear retailer over its virtual try-on (VTO) tool, which consumers used to try-on eyewear.