Authors: Betty S.W. Graumlich and Jordan Ellis — On Tuesday August 15, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a claim for disability discrimination, where the plaintiff was deemed psychologically unfit for duty and subsequently had his employment terminated. The Third Circuit’s decision provides guidance for employers regarding the extent […]
Authors: Mark S. Goldstein and Cindy Schmitt Minniti — New York City, which for years has been a trailblazer in employee-friendly workplace legislation, is at it again. Late last month, the NYC Council proposed a bill that would prohibit non-compete agreements for low-wage workers. The bill would also bar non-competes for all other employees, if […]
Author: Shelly Evans — The recent annual update hosted by NYC SHRM last month was just enough to get our minds going on the information to come at the HR Management Conference this Thursday, April 14th. Here are a few take aways and issues to watch: Reminder to employers about equal protection, any state prohibiting […]
Author: Dennis E. Gilbert — Rudeness, we might label it as disrespect, blame it on
Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Lean | Agile has evolved as the predominant, most effective way
Authors: Christine Hudson and Ronica Roth — Are you halfway to a high performing team?
Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Companies excel at calculating ratings. They judge, force rank, provide infrequent