30% of employees have been bullied at work. Here’s how to address it.
Archives for October 2023
Robert De Niro was reportedly a little tense Monday as he gave testimony in a trial resulting from a lawsuit brought against him by his former personal assistant over allegations that he was an abusive boss.
USCIS has issued new policy guidance on L-1 intracompany transfer petitions addressing sole proprietorships and Blanket L petitions.
There are two highlights:
USCIS has clarified that sole proprietorships cannot file L petitions on behalf of the owner, i.e., the sole proprietor. USCIS distinguishes sole proprietorships from self-incorporated entities
As Cybersecurity Awareness Month wraps up, it’s worth mentioning that employee security awareness training is an ongoing process. Employee error remains a significant contributing factor in data breaches. According to the 2022 Verizon Data Breach Report, “74% of all breaches include the human element… error, privilege misuse, use of stolen
As we move into what many refer to as the holiday season, employers may have questions about handling wages and the holidays. Here are four things for employers to understand about holidays and pay for hourly (non-exempt) employees.
Hours worked on a holiday, Saturdays or Sundays should be treated
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced the opening today of the 2022 EEO-1 Component 1 data collection due Dec. 5, 2023. To meet this deadline, the EEOC strongly encourages eligible filers to begin the filing process as soon as possible.
Small businesses may be discouraged from investing in preventive cybersecurity measures due to the expense involved and the mistaken belief that only larger companies are the target of cybercrimes. But that is not the case. The FBI’s Internet Crime Report indicated the cost of cybercrimes against small businesses reached $2.4
Jason Gavejian and Joseph Lazzarotti author “Delaware Enacts Personal Data Privacy Act,” published by SHRM.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce that M. Robin Davis has been elevated to Office Managing Principal (OMP) of the firm’s Raleigh and Charlotte offices. Kathryn J. Barry will assume the role of Office Litigation Manager (OLM) in Raleigh* and Kathleen K. Lucchesi will continue to serve as OLM in Charlotte.
The National Labor Relations Board once again issued a new Final Rule for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act. The joint-employer analysis has significant implications for employers, as it determines when one entity can be held liable for the other’s unfair labor practices.
Jackson Lewis is a founding member of L&E Global, a worldwide alliance of independent law firms providing advice and counsel on employment law matters. We are pleased to present you with recent international employment law updates for September 2023 compiled by L&E Global.
Executive Summary: Yesterday (October 26, 2023), the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued its final rule addressing the standard for joint employer status. It expands liability for affiliated businesses, mandating collective bargaining under the National Labor Relations Act and potentially holding franchisors and staffing agencies liable for unfair labor practices committed by the primary employer.
For many, the old standbys feel like a waste of time. Workers are instead embracing more meaningful activity on the go.
A leader who feels something is missing in his career must learn how to define his purpose.