Nadine Abrahams comments on the potential effects to commercial general liability policies within the insurance market following the first jury verdict in a case involving Illinois’ Biometric Privacy Act, which regulates the collection of biometric identifiers in “Biometric privacy award sparks reactions in insurance market,” published by Business Insurance.
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Felice Ekelman comments on raised anxieties for New York City employers acclimating to the new pay transparency law requiring job postings to include salary range in “Pay Transparency in New York City: New Job Posting Law Explained,” published by Bloomberg Law.
The Puerto Rico Department of Labor (PRDOL) has published the anticipated Model Protocol to Prevent and Manage Cases of Sexual Harassment in Employment. This comes following the enactment of Act 82-2022, which expanded coverage of the sexual harassment law (Act 17-1988) to interns, required employers to adopt a protocol, and directed the PRDOL to provide a model protocol.
Executive Summary: EEOC and OFCCP have issued a new workplace poster, and the end of the year is quickly approaching. Now is the time for federal contractors to start planning for 2023 compliance with OFCCP obligations including affirmative action plan (AAP) development, annual compliance certification, and annual EEO and affirmative action training. Additionally, Contractors should stay on top of regulatory developments.
The labor market has remained stronger than expected even as the Federal Reserve has tried to get inflation under control
Surveys, interviews, observation, and other tools can help you avoid “one-size-fits-none” policies.
To find success in your new role, you may need to let go of certain pieces of yourself — and embrace others.
Learn how to use basic human psychology at work with your morals and ethics intact.
The U.S.’ top worker lawyer plans to crack down on businesses’ ability to spy on their workers.
IT departments are once again focusing on tech at the office
With the spooky season recently upon us, what’s scarier than thinking your boss is watching your every move just to make sure you’re being productive?
Anna Marie Atkinson, a human resources manager, is comfortable setting policies, onboarding new employees and getting involved when workers get in trouble or a crisis arises.
Burnout is on the rise in the U.S., mostly among female and younger workers, a new report finds.
Wage theft is common in low-wage industries in California.
Home Depot workers in Philadelphia are deciding whether to form the company’s first unionized store.