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1 Jan 2008, 8:32 am
Paul Secunda in his post in The Workplace Prof Blog, 2008 Workplace Trends, points us to Diane Stafford's predictions in the on-line edition of the Kansas City Star. [read post]
18 May 2009, 2:33 pm
It might seem a little like inside baseball, but Jeffrey Hirsch at Workplace Prof Blog has a good explanation on the NLRB's statement that notwithstanding the DC Circuit's recent decision that it did not have the authority to issue two member decisions, it intends to continue to do so. [read post]
19 Feb 2008, 11:40 am
  Richard Bales has a good analysis of the arbitration issue at the Workplace Prof Blog and Paul Mollica reports on it at Daily Developments in EEO Law. [read post]
9 Dec 2010, 1:20 pm by Legal Talk Network
McCormick, from Saint Louis University School of Law and co-editor and contributor to the Workplace Prof Blog, to discuss the largest employment discrimination case in U.S. history. [read post]
16 Oct 2007, 2:12 am
Professor Ross Runkel has a very favorable mini-review of Understanding Employment Law written by the three editors of the Workplace Prof Blog, Rick Bales, Jeff Hirsch and Paul Secunda.According to Ross:If I were still teaching employment law, I would strongly recommend this book to my students. [read post]
21 May 2009, 12:44 pm
As reported this week by the Workplace Prof Blog, a U.S. [read post]
20 Nov 2009, 12:29 am
This week’s review starts with a bunch of recent reports and statistics that shed some light on employment practices: Paul Secunda, at the Workplace Prof Blog, discusses a recent General Accounting Office study that “many employers do not report workplace injuries and illnesses for fear of increasing their workers’ compensation costs or hurting their chances of winning contracts. [read post]
15 Jul 2014, 4:05 am by Howard Friedman
Including such a provision in newly expanded rights for LGBT employees of federal contractors would at once undermine workplace equity for LGBT employees, relegate LGBT protections to a lesser status than existing prohibitions against discrimination, and allow religious employers to create or maintain discriminatory workplaces with substantial public funding.According to a press release, the scholars' letter was spearheaded by Columbia Law School's new Public Rights/… [read post]
29 Jan 2007, 12:15 pm
At Workplace Prof Blog, Paul Secunda highlights how last term's ruling in Garcetti v. [read post]
22 Oct 2010, 5:53 am by Jon Hyman
In it’s honor, I bring you three posts I read this week celebrating this cause: European MPs Vote to Extend Maternity Leave – from Workplace Prof Blog The Top Five Issues Affecting Working Families Today – from Work and Family Blog Is There More to the Story About the New Mom Who Quit Her Job Because She Was Denied Access to a Lactation Room? [read post]
2 Jul 2010, 5:56 am by Jon Hyman
Jeffrey Hirsch at the Workplace Prof Blog reports that the NLRB has announced its plan to handle some of the nearly 600 cases invalidated by the Supreme Court in New Process Steel. [read post]
30 May 2007, 4:15 pm
In today's New York Times, Linda Greenhouse reports here on the Ledbetter ruling, making it more difficult for workers to sue employers for pay discrimination; Paul Secunda has these thoughts at the Workplace Prof Blog. [read post]
10 Jan 2008, 7:02 am
Workplace Prof has the story here of a three judge panel out of the Ninth Circuit staying the district court ruling that the San Francisco ordinance mandating the provision of health insurance by employers was preempted, and provides a link to the ruling. [read post]
21 May 2010, 1:32 pm by Ursula Furi-Perry Esq.
Often, issues in the recruitment of women law profs get lumped together with issues in recruitment of minority law profs, all under the heading of “diversifying.” [read post]
7 Sep 2010, 7:43 am by Tom Crane
Workplace Prof discusses a case that sheds some light on the accommodation process.   [read post]
17 May 2011, 5:02 am by Walter Olson
Examiner] A contrasting view: Jeff Hirsch, Workplace Law Prof. [read post]