The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division have published a joint Dear Colleague Letter (Joint OCR and DOJ DCL) that, together with a Q&A, provides information to assist colleges and universities in understanding the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. decisions.
Archives for August 28, 2023
The National Labor Relations Board (Board) continued its efforts to facilitate union organizing this week and upended significant aspects of prior precedent by: (1) issuing a Final Rule amending (and expediting) election procedures; and (2) making it easier for unions to circumvent those election procedures through a demand for recognition.
Employers navigating the hybrid workplace maze may be searching for equitable and consistent work arrangement policies to ensure employees are both satisfied within their workplace—and productive.
Tom Hubert and Joe Lavigne, partners in the Labor & Employment Practice Group, presented “Federal Trade Commission’s Proposed Rule on Non-Compete Agreements Update” during the Louisiana Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel June CLE on June 9, 2023. The pair discussed the uncertainties raised by the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed ban on non-compete agreements and provided attendees with tips on what employers should be doing to prepare while waiting for the final rule.
David Davis has been chosen as the new director of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) St. Louis District, the federal agency announced today.
And how to break the cycle.
Outwardly, many leaders are pushing for a full return to the office. Privately, they doubt it’ll ever happen.
Workplace culture is of paramount concern for attracting and retaining talent.
The Impact of Distancing to Manage Anxiety
Whether in the kitchen or finance world, work-centric shows have rocketed in popularity. This entertainment is hitting the sweet spot for audiences in spades.
Some employees are spending more time talking about their workloads than getting the job done
A new report from the Treasury Department looked at the economic impact of unions.
Share who strongly agree they connect to their workplace’s mission and purpose
Julie O’Neill spent nearly three decades as a top anchor for Cincinnati’s WCPO news station, but early last year, her career took a gut-wrenching turn.
Ahead of the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Black Americans’ civil rights, we asked U.S. adults what they think is the bigger problem when it comes to racial discrimination in the country today.