Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Mia Farber has been recognized on the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2022 Leaders of Influence: Labor & Employment Attorneys list. The list is comprised of attorneys who have demonstrated a significant impact made on the legal profession and on the Los Angeles community.
Archives for November 10, 2022
Daniel Doron Comments on Importance of Employee Retention Strategies During M&A Business Restructuring
Daniel Doron comments on the importance of using retention strategies during company mergers and acquisitions to keep employees engaged through the transaction process in “M&A challenges – employee engagement and retention,” published by Financier Worldwide.
Richard Greenberg, Susan Groff, Tasos Paindiris and Jennifer Ellerkamp Author “Election 2022: Key employment ballot measures”
Richard Greenberg, Susan Groff, Tasos Paindiris and Jennifer Ellerkamp author “Election 2022: Key employment ballot measures,” published by Westlaw Today.
Rejecting Reverse Racial Discrimination Claim, Seventh Circuit Reminds Employers of Best Practices
In a case brought under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e et seq., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit provided guidance on measures employers can take to avoid liability for reverse discrimination claims. Groves v. South Bend Community School Corp., No. 21-3336 (Oct. 19, 2022).
Hockey League Victorious in Long-Running Workers’ Comp Case Brought by Player
A professional hockey player’s attempt to collect Workers’ Compensation benefits for injuries suffered over the course of his career was ended by California’s highest court — capping a six-year battle during which Goldberg Segalla partner Joshua J. Roberts successfully defended our client every step of the way.
Boston labor lawyer discusses her class action lawsuit against Twitter
Labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan is suing Twitter over new owner Elon Musk’s decision to lay off a significant portion of the social media platform’s staff. We’ll talk with Liss-Riordan to get the latest, and dig into why she filed the suit.
Dept. of Labor’s Response to Worker Who Fell into Molten Iron Sparks Anger
Social media users have responded with anger after the Department of Labor slapped Caterpillar Inc. with a fine of just $145,027 on Wednesday, following an investigation that found the life of an employee could have been saved had the “required safety protections” been in place.
Musk bans remote work at Twitter, warns staff of “dire” economic outlook
Twitter staff must be in office 40 hours a week unless Musk approves exception.
What will happen to laid-off tech workers on H-1B visas?
Tech workers on H-1B visas will face more hurdles than their American counterparts
Elon Musk Calls Twitter Workers Back Into the Office for at Least 40 Hours a Week
Staff at Twitter, one of the first companies to allow employees to work from home indefinitely, are being ordered back into the office by their new owner.
Twitter workforce may be cut nearly 75% by Elon Musk: report
The Tesla CEO first offered to buy and take Twitter private earlier this year
Hybrid Workplaces and Culture: Building One Without Sacrificing the Other
Culture is often the backbone of the company, and it’s strengthened by making every employee know they are valued.
How to Recover from a Workplace Argument
I found myself increasingly frustrated with my work colleague. But I bit my tongue in meetings.
How to Stop Workplace Bullying
Set boundaries and start reporting to stop bullying in the workplace.
5 Ways to Create a More Diverse, Engaged, and Inclusive Workplace
Subtle practices that will be virtually invisible to most people.