Court issues favorable background check ruling for employers
As you well know, employers are frequently faced with class-action lawsuits brought by current or former employees. There has been an uptick in suits claiming violations of state and federal […]
Employers should note post-midterms state law changes
Excerpted from a JacksonLewis Blog by Richard Greenberg, Susan Groff, Tasos Paindiris and Kathryn Russo As the final tally of ballots comes in for many electoral races across the country, […]
Employment Law Update 2023: New compliance obligations for the New Year
Excerpted from a Littler Blog by Joy Rosenquist and Bruce Sarchet The year 2022 is coming to a close, and the new year will be here before we know it. […]
Rap Music in the Workplace – can it create a hostile work environment?
Excerpted from a Shawe Rosenthal LLP Blog by Evan Conder Is the playing specific rap music in the workplace discriminatory on the basis of sex if it offends women? A […]