Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce that the firm has again earned multiple national top-tier rankings in the annual U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings for 2023.
Archives for November 8, 2022
Garbage Disposal Company Resolves Investigation into Allegations of Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Automaker Made a Conditional Offer of Hire to a Pregnant Applicant but Failed to Hire Her Even Though She Was Qualified and Passed a Company Physical, Federal Agency Charged
A conversation with a former professional poker player about changing our decision-making process.
Delivering your message with kindness and care is better for both employees and your company.
Emergency transport companies Global Medical Response, Inc. and American Medical Response, Inc. discriminated against employees with disabilities and religious needs when it forced them to shave to keep their jobs, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged in a lawsuit Sept. 29
Election Day and the days that follow can bring both joy and tension to workplaces.
The highly consequential U.S. election spotlighted wrenchingly divisive social and cultural issues that charge emotions, and it’s spilling into the workplace as a dangerous form of workplace toxicity.
Oct. 24, Sodexo dining workers at the College of William and Mary announced they won their union with Sodexo.
To be exempt from collecting and remitting contribution payments beginning on January 1, 2023 to Paid Leave Oregon, Oregon’s new paid family medical leave program, employers must submit by November 30, 2022 either an Equivalent Plan Application that meets the requirements for Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance (PFMLI) covering
Elon Musk is looking to rehire some of the people he just notified on Friday. As people laugh about his incompetence in firing people that, it turns out, Twitter still needs some of.
While this makes for good jokes, and it does look horrible, it also is very typical. Twitter
We are excited to welcome you back to our annual in-person presentation of updates in the areas of wage and hour, leave and accommodation and workplace safety in The Golden State.
Join Jackson Lewis P.C. attorneys across California, network with your peers and end the year with new connections.
On November 1, 2022, New York City’s pay transparency law went into effect, requiring most employers in New York City to post salary ranges in job advertisements, including postings for internal opportunities.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, pay transparency laws began to crop up around the country. These laws often require companies to post or disclose pay ranges for available jobs and are aimed at closing pay gaps and ensuring pay equity.