California lawmakers have introduced legislation to broaden employee protections under state law governing mass layoffs, relocations or terminations.
The NLRB put the brakes on the use of nondisparagement and confidentiality clauses in separation agreements if they require employees to waive their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
New Jersey employers will soon face a major expansion of the state's mini-Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.
This ruling is significant because lower courts have been divided over this issue. The 5th Circuit found the WARN Act's natural disaster exception did not apply to the COVID pandemic.
Over half of of working women said they plan to leave their employers in the next two years, particularly those in nonmanagement and middle management roles, according to a recent report, with one out of 10 actively looking for a new role now.
An arbitrator has awarded a former University of Connecticut (UConn) basketball coach over $11 million after finding that the school wrongfully terminated him.
The federal appellate court finds that a company need not provide advance notice of a layoff or plant closing to its contractors' employees because there is no direct employment relationship.
Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich has become perhaps the most high-profile employee in the nation to lose their job for refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate.
Tesla must pay about $1 million to a former employee who claimed two supervisors called him the N-word and that his complaints about their conduct were ignored, an arbitrator has ruled.
News: Guidance for HR on understanding and complying with federal and state law regarding legal and fair employee terminations.
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