FeliceEkelman discusses key tips addressing the benefits and challenges of hybrid work policies in “Remote-work policies need to be intentional, says new book on hybrid work by lawyer and psychologist,” published by Canadian Lawyer.
Archives for September 13, 2023
Bryan O’Connor has been appointed to the 2023 Washington Editorial Advisory Board by Law360. The editorial advisory board provides feedback on Law360’s coverage and expert insight on how best to shape future coverage.
For retail establishments, developments involving religious accommodation and the new Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) make scheduling employees more challenging.
Claims brought against a chemical manufacturing plant by an injured contractor have been dismissed by the state’s Appellate Division, Fourth Department, which agreed with arguments made by Goldberg Segalla that the plaintiff’s work fell outside the scope of New York Labor Law.
A lawsuit against a Midwest medical center brought by a hospital employee who claimed she was terminated unlawfully has been dismissed.
Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order to tackle the new field of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI). As technology develops and changes,
On August 25, 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued an Office of Management and Budget-approved, revised Supply and Service Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing, which is effective through August 31, 2026. OFCCP also issued a new round of Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters
California is one step closer to becoming the first state to enact legislation banning caste-based discrimination. Senate Bill No. 403 adds caste to the list of characteristics protected by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, the Unruh Civil Rights Act, and the California Education Code.
In two recent decisions the National Labor Relations Board overruled precedent that had allowed unionized employers to lawfully change terms and condition of employment if the changes were consistent with past practice or an expired management rights clause.
Many employers with at least fifty employees in the six-county Chicago area will have to provide their full-time employees with pre-tax public transit benefits starting January 1, 2024, under a new Illinois law.
Bill pending in the California legislature would implement the following if signed into law:
A recent ruling from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) restored legal protections for employees who advocate for independent contractors, interns and others who…
Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Josh Hawley, R-Mo., have introduced a bipartisan framework for artificial intelligence legislation.
U.A.W. workers could strike as soon as Friday. The union and the carmakers remain far apart on wages.
Workers of all stripes have chafed at the stratospheric pay of their CEO bosses for years, even decades.