A Noose In The Workplace? Still?

Even in the midst of a great societal upheaval regarding racial discrimination and harassment, cases of workplace harassment continue unabated.  I guess it is unsurprising, albeit unfortunate, given that the workplace is riven with the [...]

Employers, Your Return-to-Work Policies Should Include Accommodation Requests

By: Amy Epstein Gluck As an employment lawyer, I've been pretty busy these past couple of week reviewing, revising, and creating return-to-work policies for clients. I've got lists. My lists have lists. There's the social [...]

Employers, The USDOL Is Enforcing Paid Sick and Emergency Family Leave Under FFCRA

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Employers, remember that honeymoon period where the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) wasn't enforcing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) for a few weeks? They wanted to give time to [...]

A UK Coronavirus Update – Who’s In Charge?

By: Peter Finding and Rory Graham Our excellent, learned partners across the pond have kept us posted on COVID-19 effects in the UK—including an update of WHO is running the UK with the Prime Minister, [...]

Don’t Be A Target For the EEOC, Doc!

While we’ve all been hunkering down, fearful for our own health and the health of our loved ones, neighbors and the entire world, the EEOC has still been ferreting out the activities of health care [...]

How UK businesses can cut staff costs during the corona crisis and still retain talent

By:  Peter Finding, London Partner SEVEN WAYS TO CUT STAFF COSTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Cashflow is a major concern for businesses during the coronavirus crisis.  The vast majority are looking to cut staff costs in [...]

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”