Joseph Lazzarotti, Jason Gavejian and Maya Atrakchi co-author “Utah Creates Safe Harbor for Companies Facing Data-Breach Litigation,” published by SHRM.
HR and Employment Law News, Notes an Headlines
Our system of labor law and regulations has too strongly tilted the playing field in favor of companies.
Employers must implement policies that require remote work where feasible
As we plan for a post-pandemic reality, now is a good opportunity to assess what worked and what didn’t. Here are some considerations to keep in mind.
When he goes to work six days a week to grind frozen meat at a Tyson chicken processing plant in Rogers, Ark., Eduardo (a pseudonym to protect his identity) is fearful and worried.
The state’s workforce system currently is made up of CareerSource Florida, the Department of Economic Opportunity and local boards
The pandemic forced much of normal life to move online. Digitization, the conversion of materials to digital format, gave way to digitALization, the transformation of whole processes to online formats.
The company plans to have two-thirds of its U.S. store hourly jobs be full time by Jan. 31.
After a union battle at an Alabama warehouse, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said that as executive chairman he will focus on making the company a better place to work.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that federal employees can sue for age bias when age is a factor in an employment decision, and not just the sole consideration, also applies to the law prohibiting sex and race discrimination, a federal appeals court has ruled.
With a measure of luck and a fair wind, many of us could soon be heading back to the office for the first time in a year.
Sure, you can be fired for a whole host of reasons. But there are some reasons for which your boss can’t fire you, even in an at-will state.
The state Senate voted Wednesday to deter age discrimination by preventing employers from asking a prospective candidate for their date of birth or graduation dates on job applications.
Wearing your hair in braids, locs, or your natural texture to work will now be legally protected in Delaware, thanks to the Crown Act.
Strong religious convictions are intertwined with support for protections for LGBTQ Americans.