This podcast features an in-depth look at the rise of state pregnancy accommodation laws and what employers need to know about this trend with Boston employment attorney Catherine Reuben, of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP.
In the aftermath of white supremacists descending upon Charlottesville, Virginia, this podcast examines how far employers can go in disciplining someone for expressing their political beliefs outside of the workplace with North Carolina employment attorney Robin E. Shea, who authors the popular Employment & Labor Insider blog.
This podcast features a conversation with XpertHR Legal Editor Robert Teachout about a study that shows many US employees are not using the full amount of their PTO time. Are managers sending mixed signals to their employees?
This podcast examines what employers need to do to prepare for increased Form I-9 audits and stepped-up immigration enforcement with attorney Christopher Thomas, who heads the immigration compliance group for Ogletree Deakins.
This podcast examines the rapid growth of marijuana state legalization laws and what they mean for employer drug testing programs in a wide-ranging conversation with Jackson Lewis employment attorney Kathryn Russo.
The growth of the so-called "gig economy" has brought with it a host of misclassification claims. On this podcast, Cleveland, Ohio employment attorney Todd Lebowitz discusses those issues plus the most common mistake employers are making.
This podcast features important tips for employers on how to safeguard confidential information throughout the employment lifecycle and beyond, including a look at their remedies under the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act.
With all of the fireworks surrounding the current political climate, some big changes in a major US territory may have flown under the radar. Puerto Rico has dramatically overhauled some key employment laws, and this podcast takes a look with Littler employment attorney Shiara Diloné.
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