In this episode, Jen and Shaw Law Group’s conflict resolution guru, Julia Melnicoe Insel, discuss why post-investigation mediation is so important.
Archives for November 26, 2023
The New York City ordinance banning discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations on the basis of an individual’s height and weight is set to go into effect on November 22, 2023.
On November 3, 2023, the Illinois Department of Labor (“IDOL”) published proposed rules implementing the Illinois Paid Leave for All Workers Act (“PLAWA”). While the proposed rules will not be finalized until after the PLAWA takes effect on January 1, 2024, they provide additional guidance employers should consider when reviewing
On November 17, 2023, the New York governor signed into law S4516, which amends Section 5-336 of the New York General Obligations Law to restrict certain terms from being included in release agreements involving claims of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. The amendments went into effect immediately and apply to
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Philip M. Berkowitz talks about background checks and “Ban-the-Box” laws that financial services organizations must comply with when hiring.
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Rhonda B. Levy and Monty Verlint explain Ontario’s Bill 79, Working for Workers Act, 2023.
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NEW YORK – Citizens Bank, N.A., will implement company-wide policy changes and pay $100,000 to a former employee of its Cranston, Rhode Island call center to resolve a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Firing a CEO is a big decision and should not be taken lightly – especially when the company is in the limelight like OpenAI is.
Since the board of OpenAI fired CEO Sam Altman last week – and even with his reinstatement as top boss – it’s been one news
This year’s legislative session in California was busy, and 2024 could be even more hectic. Here are 10 employment-related bills that could reappear next year after Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed them this year.
Offices look very different than they did a century ago, reflecting evolving workplace norms. What’s the best setup for you? Take our quiz to find out what your ideal office looks like.
If your feed makes the corporate life look stylish, it’s just another evolution in the long history of the American workplace.
Political skill separates those who endear from those who irritate.
A $25 million Department of Justice settlement with Apple Inc. over allegations it discriminated against US citizens in hiring highlights a disconnect between federal agencies on compliance with immigration law, attorneys say.
Millennials are powering the continued remote work boom, and are more likely to be remote.