Pay transparency obligations are in effect in New York State, and the state Department of Labor has issued employer guidance and proposed regulations.
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New York State Governor Kathy Hochul continues to sign legislation emanating from a busy legislative session, including legislation rendering contractual assignment-of-inventions provisions unenforceable, prohibiting employers from accessing employee social media account log-in information, requiring written notice of unemployment insurance benefits, and modifying the New York Labor Law definition of “clerical and other worker.”
It’s not about how they answer your questions — it’s about the kind of questions they ask you.
Survey of nearly 400 executives reveals how employers are adopting AI tools in HR and managing risk amid regulatory uncertainty
(September 25, 2023) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has released the results of its AI in the Workplace Survey Report, based on
Gallup Poll Shows Workers’ Link to Company Mission Declines With Rise of Flexible Schedules
I have had the pleasure of working with hundreds of nonprofit leaders over the past 23 years, and they all have a similar objective of creating a high-impact organization.
Some Big Tech companies that early this year were cutting workers now want some of them back.
Sophia Carter was working as a talent-management specialist at Amazon in Chicago.
Whether you’re an advocate of full-time in-office work or complete flexibility, we can all agree that decreasing employee engagement is a profit killer.
California is poised to become the first state to outlaw discrimination based on a person’s caste. The system of social stratification, which dates back thousands of years, has been outlawed in India and Nepal for decades.
How to deal with the trickiest phrase you can hear from a manager: I’d love your feedback
The Writers Guild of America got most of what it wanted. With actors still on picket lines, however, much of Hollywood will remain shut down.
Employers are increasingly looking to reap benefits from both generative and predictive artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, including in human resources (HR) functions. Yet an evolving patchwork of AI regulation and the rampant pace of technological change place many at a crossroads.
How will the growing use of AI impact
On Thursday, September 21, the graduate student workers at Northeastern University ended nearly 8 years of organizing by voting to be represented by the Graduate Employees of Northeastern University – United Auto Workers (GENU-UAW). The union’s victory was secured with 94% of the votes cast.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office on Sept. 21 concluded that Julie Su can continue serving as the acting secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor. The DOL can…