Labor & Employment

Long-Delayed EEOC Proposed Workplace Harassment Guidelines Released

Long-Delayed EEOC Proposed Workplace Harassment Guidelines Released

After a delay of six years, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)  published proposed guidance related to workplace harassment […]

How to Keep Your Team Motivated Despite Job Cuts and Budget Slashing

How to Keep Your Team Motivated Despite Job Cuts and Budget Slashing

It is natural for employees to feel distracted and lose their drive when companies are announcing job cuts and hiring […]

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Florida Employers Need to Use E-Verify Under New Immigration Law

On May 10, 2023, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed SB 1718 into law, dubbing it the “Strongest Anti-Illegal Immigration Legislation in […]

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Severance Pay For Mass Layoffs

General counsel in New Jersey should be aware that Senate Bill 3170, which was postponed for three years due to […]

Right To Work Law Repealed

Michigan has repealed its right to work law effective March 30th, the first state to do so in decades. Writing […]

Paid Time Off A Fringe Benefit, Says Third Circuit

On March 15th, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled that paid time off does not constitute […]

DEI Programs Are on the Chopping Block

The Black Lives Matter movement that followed George Floyd’s death while in Minneapolis police custody in 2020 prompted a hiring […]

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What Not To Talk About When You Talk About Unions

The National Labor Relations Board “will soon be taking a tougher stance against employers who misrepresent how things could change […]

Technology Helps Legal Ops Fix Legal Department Mistakes

Do You Want to Control Your Work or Let It Control You?

In this post-pandemic world, managing your work life has become more complicated. With a combination of on-site and remote work […]

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Threat Of Violence Rampant In Healthcare, And OSHA May Step In

Violence directed against healthcare workers, already alarming before the COVID pandemic, has gotten worse. A post from law firm Ogletree […]

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