Adam Guttell is spotlighted for his legal prowess and discusses best practices for employers in 2023 in “Who’s Who in Intellectual Property & Labor Law,” published by the Long Island Business News (p.19).
Archives for January 26, 2023
District of Columbia Council Delays Effective Date of Act Eliminating Tip Credit to May 2023
The District of Columbia Council has postponed the first effective date of voter Initiative 82, the “Tip Credit Elimination Act,” from January 1, 2023, to May 1, 2023.
CRAIG THORSTENSON LISTED AS 2023 ILLINOIS SUPER LAWYER
FordHarrison LLP, one of the country’s largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Craig R. Thorstenson, Managing Partner of the firm’s Chicago office and member of FordHarrison’s Executive Committee, was named to the 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers list.
“4 KEY POINTS AS JUSTICES EYE THRESHOLD FOR TITLE VII SUITS,” LAW360 EMPLOYMENT AUTHORITY
Washington, D.C. Partner, Consuela Pinto, was quoted in the Law360 Employment Authority article, “4 Key Points As Justices Eye Threshold For Title VII Suits”.
Webinar Series: 2023 Employment Law Certificate Series: Bringing Clarity to Workplace Complexity
Topic: Arbitration: Key Developments Impacting Employment & Labor Law
G.O.P. State Lawmakers Push a Growing Wave of Anti-Transgender Bills
Four states could ban transition care into young adulthood. Lawmakers in several others want to restrict drag shows in ways that could affect transgender performers broadly. It’s part of a long-term plan.
Research: What Fragile Masculinity Looks Like at Work
When male employees feel that their masculinity has been threatened, it can lead them to engage in harmful behaviors.
Preparing to Announce Layoffs in a Virtual Meeting
With practice, you can deliver difficult news effectively and compassionately.
The Workforce Is Failing Women. Business Leaders Can Stop It
Workplaces must undergo huge structural changes if they are to stop the exodus.
Predictions for 2023: Redefining Work, The Workforce, And HR
Every year for 25 years I’ve tried to write Predictions for the year ahead. And this year, like none before, I think it’s time for something big.
Where have all America’s workers gone?
The supply of workers is at pre-pandemic levels, but demand is far greater
Skills-Based Employment Can Help To Find “Invisible Workers”
Research has shown that around 70% of organizations are currently suffering from some form of skills shortage. With the Covid pandemic prompting many to leave the workforce, the problem has only become more severe.
McDonald’s, In-N-Out, and Chipotle are spending millions to block raises for their workers
California voters will decide next year on a referendum that could overturn a landmark new state law setting worker conditions and minimum wages up to $22 an hour for fast-food employees in the nation’s largest state.
Quiet or I’m quitting: Here’s why your employees are getting so fed up with workplace noise
As workers return to offices, they may be less tolerant of pre-pandemic decibel levels, especially if they are introverts.
Ex-Fox News Employee Laura Luhn Sues Network Over Roger Ailes’ Sexual Harassment and Blackmail
The former Fox News employee is suing the network, along with former co-president Bill Shine and parent company 21st Century Fox, under New York’s Adult Survivors Act, which temporarily lifts the statute of limitations on certain sexual misconduct claims.