During our recent “New California Paid Sick Leave Rules for 2024,” webinar, we received several questions about California’s paid sick leave (“PSL”) requirements. We decided to share the answers to the most common ones with our loyal blog readers. Enjoy!
Archives for November 6, 2023
Jackson Lewis attorneys are spotlighted for their recent elevations in “Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up The Firm Ranks in Q3,” published by Law360.
Jackson Lewis is spotlighted for “Tipping the Scales” toward gender parity in its 2023 new partner class in “Share Of Women Among Partner Promos Continues Growing,” published by Law360.
Michael Thomas comments on the steps employers should take to develop effective diversity, equity and inclusion programs and avoid legal liabilities in “How Employers Can Embrace DEI Without Inviting Lawsuits,” published by Law.com.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Tanya A. Bovée was named a recipient of the inaugural Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Award presented by Quinnipiac University School of Law (QUSL) Alumni Association. The award recognizes an alumnus whose exemplary leadership and commitment have made a positive impact in advancing DEI in the legal profession. Tanya was presented with the Award at QUSL’s Fall 2023 Law Alumni Reception on November 3, 2023.
The National Labor Relations Board issued its new joint-employer rule. The Final Rule comes after the Board has repeatedly changed its position on when two independent companies are joint employers under the National Labor Relations Act for nearly a decade.
Goldberg Segalla’s Labor Law Update keeps clients informed about significant changes and cases involving New York’s Labor Law. The Fall 2023 issue includes:
Executive Summary: Following the Supreme Court’s decision in SFFA v. Harvard/UNC, Attorneys General from 13 states and United States Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas sent letters to business leaders, warning of potential legal risks associated with their Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI) programs.
Why it matters: The labor force’s youngest members are revamping the workplace with internet speak, attention to well-being and uncanny realness.
The US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division investigators found the operator of four Louisville coffee shops allowed two managers to take a portion of servers’ tips, according to officials.
In the coming year, Californians may see state legislators and regulators develop binding measures that limit how employers may use AI
Just last year, companies were struggling to keep staff. Now, they say not enough people are leaving their jobs.
Throughout a career, it’s reasonable for a person to be laid off or quit of their own accord to take some much-needed time off.