Robin Shea, a partner with the labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, discusses the importance of having well-trained front-line supervisors, and what effective supervisor training should include.
Littler's Director of Global Analytics, Zev Eigen, discusses why it is becoming more necessary than ever to use analytics to render business decisions in organizations of all types and sizes. Eigen notes that there are many HR tech solutions offered by startups, consultants and giant corporations.
This webinar features internationally-recognized employee performance expert David Lee of HumanNature@Work, as he discusses common sources of employee disengagement and offers concrete solutions that result in employees being excited to come to work and perform at their best.
Restrictive covenants of all types (e.g., non-competition, customer non-solicitation and employee non-solicitation) are widely used across the country. But there is no uniform federal law governing their enforceability. Proskauer Rose employment attorneys John Barry and Guy Brenner survey the landscape and share their tips.
Day after day, acts of violence continue to shatter workplaces around the United States. While the probability that any single employee will fall victim to such a terrible event is very small, the broader impact of just one incident can shatter company morale for thousands.
While US and UK employment law have some similarities with their guiding principles, there are numerous differences in terms of how the actual laws are applied. These differences can create particular challenges for companies that have employees in both countries.
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