Michael Thomas authors “Change the Conversation About Wokeness, Othering, and Belonging,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Archives for March 20, 2023
A long, drawn-out multimillion-dollar lawsuit connected to a 2016 construction accident has been dismissed by a Queens Supreme Court judge, who ruled in favor of a fence company represented by Goldberg Segalla.
Reception has so far been mixed: Firms like Bank of America have banned the tool while others like Citadel have embraced it.
Leaders often want to give workers autonomy, but struggle to give up control.
If someone is actually violating a dress code, let H.R. handle. Otherwise, let it go.
When the term “quiet quitting” started making headlines last year, many HR professionals began looking for signs that their employees were walking out the door—under the radar, of course.
Writers, producers, stylists, and other workers on “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” and “The Kitchen” are forming a union with the Writers Guild of America, East
This is the second of two posts explaining my recent article, Ordinary Meaning as Last Resort: The Meaning of “Undue Hardship” in Title VII.
The folder in my inbox for kitchen aggravations has been sitting mostly empty since 2020.
Publisher calls lack of progress in negotiations troubling as staffers air frustrations in Slack
California State University’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints would be subject to increased oversight and guardrails under a new bill filed by a state senator last month.
Federal agency says pizza chain fired worker it hired after he sought accommodation for service dog
On March 15, 2023, the Iowa legislature unanimously passed Senate File 262, the Consumer Privacy Act, which relates to consumer data and privacy protection. Once signed by Iowa’s governor, the statute will become operative on January 1, 2025, and Iowa will join California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia in passing
As any job hunter will tell you, applying for jobs is tedious and demoralizing. Companies that make it more difficult for candidates will get fewer applicants. If you’re flooded with applicants, that seems like a winning idea: Only the truly dedicated will apply.
Making people jump through