Posts tagged with 'legal'
Employers Scrambling to Comply With New Jersey Pay LawRead the rest of this entry »
In the year since New Jersey passed one of the toughest -- if not the toughest -- equal pay laws in the nation, employers have scrambled to comply.
The New Jersey Law Journal calls the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act, "Unprecedented in breadth and scope in pay disparity claims." It makes it unlawful to pay members of a protected class (as defined by New Jersey, which is substantially broader than ...
New York City Law to Require Accommodation Dialogue and ReportRead the rest of this entry »
A little noticed change to New York City's Human Rights Law will take effect October 15 that will have "profound consequences" for employers there.
The change requires employers operating in the city to engage in a dialogue with employees requesting an accommodation because of religious beliefs, disability, childbirth, domestic or sexual violence or stalking.
In an analysis of the amendment to the law, Littler attorney Eli Freedberg explains that it ...
Your LinkedIn Post Can Get You Into Legal TroubleRead the rest of this entry »
As practically everyone of working age in the U.S. knows, LinkedIn is the place to be if you're serious about your career. Having an active presence there is a critical -- some might say -- indispensable part of building your personal brand.
But, as Liz Vevea and her current employer, Citi-Cargo & Storage Co., discovered to their dismay, what you post on LinkedIn about your new job can get you ...
Employers Need to Prepare For the EclipseRead the rest of this entry »
On August 21 the first solar eclipse in the U.S. since 1979 will occur. It will be visible throughout the contiguous 48 states, part of Mexico and much of Canada. However the path of totality, where the moon will entirely cover the face of the sun, will be only about 70 miles wide, stretching from Oregon to South Carolina.
As exciting as the eclipse will be -- millions of eclipse ...
Labor Law Tips Every Manager Should KnowIt may be tempting to resolve a serious discipline problem by terminating the miscreant on the spot. Don't do it. Instead, send the guilty party home with instructions to report to HR the next morning.Read the rest of this entry »
That's the advice of Paul Trimmer, an employment attorney with Jackson Lewis. He was one of some two dozen attorneys offering advice and updating hundreds of HR professionals on the status of labor ...
You Can be Fired For What You Post
4 Points to Consider When Making OffersRead the rest of this entry »
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Obamacare Ruling Could Mean Higher Employer ExpensesSometime before the end of the month the Supreme Court will rule in a closely watched case challenging an important part of the Affordable Care Act.Read the rest of this entry »
While the decision has very significant implications for the states, individuals and, possibly businesses, what it will not do is invalidate the whole law. That's because the challenge is to how the subsidies to those who need financial help to afford an insurance ...
A Future Where Robots Are the LawyersAs if the legal profession hasn't taken enough blows since the recession began in late 2007. Now comes a report from the legal consultancy Jomati Consultants that predicts most of the routine work now handled by paralegals and associates will be taken over by technology.Read the rest of this entry »
“Law firms will see nearly all their process work undertaken by AI bots, completely upending the traditional associate leverage model," says Tony Williams, founder ...
5 Resolutions For Every HR ProfessionalRead the rest of this entry »
A new year isn't just a time for personal resolutions. It is a perfect time to come up with a list of business resolutions. While CEOs and CFOs want to grow revenue and increase profits, the resolutions of HR professionals may be more modest, but are every bit as important.
Attorney Shayna Balch has come up with a list of five employment law issues that should make the list ...