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Archives for March 29, 2023
Timothy Ryan Discusses Michigan Repealing Its “Right to Work” Law
Timothy Ryan discusses Michigan passing legislation repealing its “Right to Work” law and the potential for it to be reversed in the future in “Michigan ‘Right to Work’ Repeal Hard to Copy, But Not Impossible,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Kevin Lauri Discusses Jackson Lewis’ Revenue Growth and High Client Demand in 2022
Kevin Lauri discusses the firm’s stable client base and positive profit growth in the past year in “Stable Clients Propelled Jackson Lewis’ Demand and Revenue Growth in 2022,” published by The American Lawyer.
Dylan Carp and Joseph DiPalma Comment on Supreme Court Hearing a Case on Hotel ADA Accommodations
Dylan Carp and Joseph DiPalma comment on the United States Supreme Court’s decision to hear a case challenging hotel accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act in “Supreme Court to Consider Case of Litigious Disability Activist,” published by The Epoch Times.
Cap on Punitive Damages is Constitutional, Georgia Supreme Court Holds
A $250,000 cap in punitive damages is constitutional, the Georgia Supreme Court has confirmed, upholding the trial court’s decision to substantially reduce a $50 million verdict to $250,000. Taylor v. Devereux Found., Inc., Nos. S22A1060, S22X1061, 2023 Ga. LEXIS 63 (Mar. 15, 2023).
Emotional Support Animals as Workplace Accommodations
As private employers push for remote workers to return to the office, they have faced an increasingly common dilemma—are emotional support animals permitted in the workplace as a reasonable accommodation for a disability?
In clash with Bernie Sanders, Starbucks’ Howard Schultz insists he’s no union buster
It was a hearing for the history books: Billionaire Howard Schultz, the resolutely anti-union architect of Starbucks, faced Sen. Bernie Sanders, the outspoken champion of the union movement in Congress.
Workplace Bullying: Types, Intervention, Prevention
Workplace bullying requires intervention. Better yet, focus on prevention.
Workplace violence prevention law lets Utah employers seek protective orders
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) has signed a law allowing employers to petition for and obtain protective orders against anyone who poses a threat.
Combat toxic positivity in the workplace
Do you find yourself in a work environment where the culture feels toxic? Maybe it’s a place where workers feel like they have to be overly happy all the time, and cannot be authentic.
Workplace psychologist explains how your boss could actually be making you ill
An organisational psychologist has explained how your job could be making you unwell and claims your relationship with your boss is one of the biggest factors
These 25 companies have the best workplace culture right now, according to actual employees
Ratings for Comparably’s new list were based on anonymous employee feedback. Microsoft snagged first place for the second year in a row.
Announcing the 2023 Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award Winners
Many employees and organizations spent last year settling into their new way of working after the initial, prolonged disruption of the pandemic subsided.
Total Employment and Management to Pay $276,000 to Resolve EEOC National Origin, Retaliation Charge
Staffing Agency Settles Charges It Fired Workers Based on “No Spanish” Rule
Employment Agency Settles EEOC Charge Over ‘No-Spanish’ Rule
An employment firm based in Oregon and Washington will pay $276,000 and take additional measures to resolve a national origin discrimination and retaliation charge, according to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.