An employer drafted an agreement to arbitrate and presented it to an employee who signed it and returned it, but the employer did not countersign it, and thus, the…
Archives for September 17, 2023
A limited strike has begun against General Motors (GM), Ford Motor and Stellantis after the automakers and United Auto Workers (UAW) failed to reach a deal on a new four-year contract. The strike started at three plants but could have a domino effect.
SAMMAMISH, Wash. — Chipotle has agreed to pay $400,000 to three former crew members at its Sammamish, Washington, restaurant location, and will provide other relief to resolve a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
CLEVELAND – An Ohio restaurant owner-operator violated federal civil rights laws when it discriminated against an employee because of race and disability and retaliated against her, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit announced today.
Lisa Kathumbi talks about the journey that led her to becoming OMS of two Littler offices and offers career advice to young attorneys.
Some 2,600 nonstriking General Motors and Ford workers in Kansas and Michigan face temporary unemployment due to fallout from striking plants
The company is requiring many employees to use an app that tracks their in-person attendance.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain has been in that office less than six months, and already he has launched a series of targeted strikes at factories owned by General Motors, Ford and Stellantis.
Preparing workers for a changing workplace is as important as pay.
What’s being called the “summer of strikes” comes at a time when workers increasingly fear new technologies will threaten their jobs.
The hot labor summer was scorching at California’s Capitol.
Chipotle has agreed to pay $400,000 to three former workers at its Sammamish and Issaquah locations to settle a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit, the agency announced.
A civil lawsuit brought against California Treasurer Fiona Ma by a high-ranking former employee who alleges Ma made sexual advances toward her before firing her can go to trial, a judge ruled Thursday.
Sweetgreen is facing a lawsuit in New York for alleged racial discrimination.
After a brief transition of power to workers, it feels like bosses are back in charge.