Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer and Principal Kimya S.P. Johnson has been inducted into the Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Society of Benchers. The 59th annual induction event took place on October 9 at the School of Law.
Archives for November 7, 2022
Greg Riolo comments on the U.S. Supreme Court reviewing a case to clarify the scope of attorney-client privilege in the context of dual-purpose communications. In re: Grand Jury in “Employers Await High Court Clarity on Attorney-Client Privilege,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Garen Dodge comments on the implications of the upcoming midterm election results and how they may affect lawmakers’ future EEOC budgetary decisions in “Midterm Election Results Could Put EEOC Under Microscope,” published by Law360.
New law to tackle the shortage of semiconductor chips will direct $280 billion to research and production of semiconductors in the United States.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has proposed rescinding portions of its 2020 union representation procedures on blocking charges, voluntary recognition bar, and construction industry collective bargaining relationships.
Can you really get time off work for your period?
It’s a systemic problem that requires systemic solutions.
Some companies are intentionally creating work environments that encourage people to leave “voluntarily.” These are the signs.
Starting this week, most companies in New York City were required to include salary ranges on job postings, offering a window into potential compensation not just for applicants but also the curious general public.
Virus still keeping millions out of work while reducing productivity and hours of millions more, disrupting business operations and raising costs
At the Fast Company Innovation Festival, a computing expert revealed how new tech advances are allowing people to work from truly anywhere
Workers’ attitudes about the office have changed, and remote work has settled into normalcy for many companies. Some businesses have shed substantial office space, and the evolving model of late-pandemic office work has played havoc with old patterns of office leasing.
Friday’s jobs numbers from the Labor Department showed a continuing worrisome trend among men: A smaller and smaller share of them are workin
Toxic workplaces are impacting individuals’ mental health, and the U.S. Surgeon General in a news report said this is a topic employers should address as it also impacts productivity and organizational success.