Nicole Shaffer discusses her legal journey and how she became office managing principal of Jackson Lewis’ Riverside office in “How I Made Office Managing Partner,” published by Law.com.
Archives for January 17, 2023
Jenifer Bologna comments on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s revised COVID-19 guidance targeting OSHA compliance for employee quarantining and isolation in “What Should Employers Do When a Worker Tests Positive for COVID-19?” published by SHRM.
After a two-year delay, the amendment to the New Jersey Millville-Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification Act, the state’s mini-WARN law, will take effect on April 10, 2023.
Thamara Diogo, one of Goldberg Segalla’s newest attorneys in the Workers’ Compensation practice group, spoke with Law360 about joining the firm.
Diversity trainings have been around for decades, long before the country’s latest round of racial reckoning.
It’s common to feel embarrassed, guilty, frustrated, or angry after a job loss. But a layoff is rarely your fault.
A conversation with HBS’s Amy Edmondson and INSEAD’s Mark Mortensen on thinking beyond stock options, bonuses, and remote work privileges.
In a court filing denying discrimination, North Memorial highlighted the challenges greeters were having at the time because of the pandemic.
When the Merit Systems Protection Board had to pause many of its statutory responsibilities during five years without quorum, agencies saw a long absence of the board’s comprehensive studies on the implementation of federal merit system principles.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) released a draft strategic enforcement plan for 2023 through 2027 (the “SEP”), which outlines its areas of priority and enforcement goals.
A lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Labor claims the owners of a Blackjack Pizza franchise retaliated against employees for filing a labor complaint.
The tech giant will assess its compliance with its official human rights policy, according to a federal filing.