The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Updating the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts Regulations final rule includes hundreds of pages of changes to the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA) standards and is estimated to impact over 1 million construction workers. The final rule will go into effect on October 23, 2023.
Archives for September 12, 2023
Christopher Anderson discusses his decision to join Jackson Lewis’ Greenville office and his international employment practice in “Ogletree Atty Heads to Jackson Lewis’ International Team,” published by Law360.
A conversation with LBS’ Luisa Alemany on an overlooked source of competitive advantage.
Research found that people often overestimate the value of stock options when assessing job offers at startups.
The return-to-office debate sees no end in sight as companies grapple with mandates and the employee backlash that follows.
With millions of workers set to return to the office this fall, workplaces are going to be welcoming a sizable cohort of Gen Z workers who came of age during the pandemic—and they’re bringing their own slang with them.
Power dynamics can influence the extent to which we’re willing to believe misinformation, according to a new study.
The chair of North Carolina’s Democratic party is just 25.
MIAMI – Enterprise Leasing Company of Florida, LLC, which operates National, Enterprise and Alamo car rentals across most of Florida, violated federal law by intentionally failing to hire older workers based on their age for management trainee positions from January 2019 to present, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
I appeared on Bloomberg TV’s For What It’s Worth with John Ehrlichman and Matt Miller on Monday, September 11 to discuss the latest in the negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the three large U.S. automakers: Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis.
I offered my prediction regarding whether there
New legislation in New Hampshire will guarantee the right of nursing mothers to an unpaid break of 30 minutes to pump for every three hours of work beginning July 1, 2025.
This new state law comes in the wake of the 2022 federal PUMP Act, which requires employers nationwide