Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Jody Kahn Mason has been selected as a Notable Leader in Employment and Labor Law by Crain’s Chicago Business. Honorees selected for this distinction have made a measurable and specific impact in the legal industry and demonstrate leadership in professional organizations and civic service initiatives.
Archives for November 20, 2023
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. announced that Weldon H. Latham, founder and long-term leader of the firm’s Corporate Diversity Counseling Group, plans to retire from the firm immediately after the new year. Jackson Lewis is pleased to announce, however, that Mr. Latham will continue to be available to advise major corporate CEOs and General Counsel on a selective basis as a consultant on significant diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) matters.
The garment manufacturing industry is heavily regulated by California. Two items garment manufacturers should be aware of are the registration requirements and the Garment Worker Protection Act.
Advice for coping with a boss’s unreasonable demands, and other workplace predicaments.
Here’s what you need to know about temporary teams, the next phase of workforce management.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission needs to restore an employer’s ability to maintain a harassment-free workplace.
Leadership and management…the two terms are often used interchangeably and become confused and substituted for the other.
Unionized workers are starting to win guardrails on the use of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies as Washington is still coming to grips with the fast-moving field.
United Auto Workers members at General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Stellantis ratified four-and-a-half-year labor contracts, the union announced Monday on social media.
Where a woman failed to name her actual employer in her charge of discrimination, and instead incorrectly named an affiliated entity, but her confusion was excusable and there was no prejudice to the actual employer, its motion to dismiss was denied.
Three staffers in Amazon’s corporate research and strategy division sued the company alleging gender discrimination and retaliation.
On November 13, 2023, Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi signed Act No. 129-2023, increasing the duration of maternity leave for government employees. The new Act amends various laws that regulate this leave in the public sector.1
Some U.S. businesses are forcing workers to sign contracts that demand steep “reimbursements” if they leave.