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Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
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Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office are back to discuss recent developments in Florida – Florida’s new liability shield law relating to lawsuits claiming damages for COVID-related injuries, damages or death, and Florida’s latest executive order prohibiting state agencies from issuing “vaccine passports.” Kimberly and Nancy d…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss COVID-related updates affecting employers in Florida, including a notable executive order issued on March 10, 2021 by Governor DeSantis and recent federal OSHA announcements. Kim and Nancy also focus on the American Rescue Plan, addressing its provisions concerning unemployment ins…
 
In this podcast, Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss OSHA’s role in enforcement of various COVID-related safety regulations. The conversation also includes some insight into what to expect should OSHA issue an emergency temporary standard by March 15, and some tips on how to prepare for what is likely to come.…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines. This episode covers employer concerns about employees voicing their vaccine opinions in the workplace and how to handle an anti-vaxxer movement. This conversation will help employers navigate the COVID-19 landscape to continue moving forward wi…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines, focusing this time on unionized workforces and answering a listener’s question regarding COVID-19 vaccinations in residential school settings. This conversation will help employers navigate the COVID-19 landscape to continue moving forward with…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office are joined by Miami shareholder Finn Pressly to continue the discussion on COVID-19 vaccines and to focus on the use of incentive plans as a tool to encourage employees to vaccinate. This conversation should help employers navigate the landscape to continue moving forward with each new day…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting Florida workforces. In this second podcast, Kimberly and Nancy discuss vaccines – the availability in Florida, how Florida has distributed its vaccines and the issues employers need to start confronting with respect to vaccinations of workforces…
 
Kimberly Doud and Nancy Johnson of Littler’s Orlando office discuss how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting Florida workforces. This first podcast recaps the 2020 landscape and takes a peek at some of the Biden administration’s new executive orders. Future episodes will tackle singular topics such as vaccines, unemployment issues, and more. While thin…
 
What executive and regulatory actions might the Biden administration take with respect to DACA, travel bans, and H-1B visas? How might the ongoing pandemic affect plans for comprehensive immigration reform? In this podcast, Jorge Lopez, shareholder and chair of Littler’s Global Mobility and Immigration Practice Group, joins practice group members S…
 
Anna Park, an attorney in Littler’s Los Angeles office, and Julie Stockton, an attorney in Littler’s San Francisco office, discuss the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which remains in effect despite the recent passage of Proposition 24 in California. Anna and Julie also explore the details of Prop 24, otherwise known as the California Priva…
 
San Francisco Littler attorneys Julie Stockton and Courtney Chambers address gender identity and sexual orientation issues in the workplace. In this episode they are joined by Anne Sanchez LaWer, an employee benefits attorney in Littler’s San Jose office, as they discuss the implications of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Bostock on employer spo…
 
In this third of a three-part series, Littler Los Angeles Shareholder and trial attorney Helene Wasserman interviews Dr. Dan Gallipeau, co-founder and President of Dispute Dynamics, a nationally-recognized jury consulting firm, about what a jury trial is likely to look like in our safety-conscious and socially-distanced COVID era.…
 
In this second of a three-part series, Littler Los Angeles Shareholder and trial attorney Helene Wasserman interviews Dr. Dan Gallipeau, co-founder and President of Dispute Dynamics, a nationally-recognized jury consulting firm, about how the lens through which jurors are evaluating evidence has changed in this COVID era, and what trial attorneys s…
 
In this first of a three-part series, Littler Los Angeles Shareholder and trial attorney Helene Wasserman interviews Dr. Dan Gallipeau, co-founder and President of Dispute Dynamics, a nationally-recognized jury consulting firm, about how jurors have changed in this COVID era, and what trial attorneys should consider when selecting juries during, an…
 
In this first of a series of podcasts, San Francisco Littler attorneys Julie Stockton and Courtney Chambers explain Bostock v. Clayton County, the U.S. Supreme Court decision recognizing protections for gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as well as outline immediate next steps in light of this monumen…
 
On Monday, June 22, 2020, the White House announced a temporary suspension on new work visas, which will be in place until at least the end of this calendar year. The order blocks entry for those who enter the country under certain visa categories, such as the H-1B and L-1 visas, among others.Littler attorneys Jorge Lopez and Michelle White explain…
 
Even though most shelter in place orders have been lifted, and some courthouses are reopening, much of the work in the legal profession is still being conducted remotely. While there may be both advantages and disadvantages to litigating over the internet, virtual litigation is here to stay.In this podcast, Littler shareholders Helene Wasserman and…
 
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created significant workplace challenges across the United States. Many employers have had to restructure their workforces in light of the pandemic and mandatory stay-at-home orders. What happens when the orders are lifted, business resumes, and employees return to work? In this podcast, Alka Ramchandani-Raj, Of…
 
In this podcast, Littler Shareholder Russell McEwan discusses recommended steps for construction industry employers to take to cope with the operational challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. He is joined by John Braun of Signature Safety, LLC, a leading health and safety consulting firm.由Littler Labor & Employment Podcast
 
In this podcast, Littler’s Chief Knowledge Officer, Scott Rechtschaffen, talks with his Cornell Law School students about the potential for lawyers to use software to develop practical tools for the delivery of legal services. During their semester, the students experienced how to take their growing knowledge of the law, identify a problem, coordin…
 
As the complexity of OSHA inspections increase and penalties rise, employers need to ensure that they are fully prepared for such site visits. In this podcast, Littler’s Brad Hammock, co-chair of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health practice group, discusses steps employers can take to prepare their worksites for when OSHA “comes knocking.” From …
 
Helene Wasserman, Los Angeles-based Littler Shareholder and Trial Practice Group Co-Chair, reflects on some good, bad, and ugly impacts of the #MeToo movement since its inception, including recent legislative developments affecting California employers in particular. Discussing training, arbitration agreements, and the extended statute of limitatio…
 
In this podcast, Natalie Pierce, co-chair of Littler’s Robotics, AI and Automation Practice Group and Diversity and Inclusion Council, discusses with Tania de Jong AM the intersection of diversity and inclusion efforts with advancing technologies, such as robotics and AI. Tania is the Founder and Executive Producer of Creative Innovation Global, as…
 
Natalie Pierce, co-chair of Littler's Robotics, AI and Automation Practice group and Eric van Dam from Littler's office in Amsterdam (CLINT Littler), discuss the exciting opportunities and challenges resulting from the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in HR decision-making and reporting. Specific examples are provided of companies that are…
 
Natalie Pierce, the Co-Chair of Littler's Robotics, AI, and Automation Practice Group and Guillaume Desmoulin of Littler's Paris office (Fromont Briens) discuss collaborative robots – or cobots. They explain cobots’ increasing integration into the workforce in both the United States and Europe and identify growth opportunities in several industries…
 
An employer receives a notification from the Social Security Administration that an employee’s name does not match his or her Social Security number in the employer’s records. What to do? In this podcast, Jorge Lopez, chair of Littler's Global Mobility and Immigration Practice Group, and Hector Galeano, senior attorney in the practice group, discus…
 
Natalie Pierce, the co-chair of Littler’s Robotics, AI and Automation Practice Group, and Jeff Burnstein, the President of the Association for Advancing Automation, discuss automation and robotics in the workplace, and their effects on morale. As Natalie and Jeff review how growing businesses institute new technologies, they address how employers c…
 
Russ McEwan, a Littler shareholder in the Newark office, and Sean McCrory, an associate in the Dallas office, discuss immigration enforcement trends affecting the construction industry – particularly I-9 audits. Sean details the process that employers face when presented with an immigration enforcement subpoena, as well as steps they can take now t…
 
Devjani Mishra and Emily Haigh, of Littler’s New York City office, list their top 10 labor and employment compliance new year resolutions for businesses operating in the Empire State in 2019. They review several laws taking effect this year, offer practical guidance on how to juggle new requirements day-to-day, and identify legislative trends and c…
 
Stephan Swinkels, a Littler shareholder in New York, moderates this roundtable discussion concerning what HR issues are top of mind for European employers. This esteemed panel – including Carlo Majer (Italy), Guillaume Desmoulin (France), Thomas Griebe (Germany), Hannah Mahon (United Kingdom), Koen De Bisschop (Belgium), and Wouter Engelsman (Nethe…
 
In this day and age, virtually every service provider has adopted some form of technology to assist clients and customers. Why should the delivery of legal services be any different? Scott Rechtschaffen, Chief Knowledge Officer at Littler Mendelson, and Kevin Mulcahy, Vice President of Education and Community Programs at Neota Logic, recently serve…
 
Emily Haigh and Devjani Mishra from Littler’s Manhattan office provide the inside scoop on some of New York City’s newest workplace regulations. Emily and Devjani first explore how the cooperative dialogue ordinance affects the procedures that employers use to evaluate employee accommodation requests. They discuss the law’s dialogue and documentati…
 
The use of automation, artificial intelligence, and robotics to make or provide products and services is no longer uncommon. But what about the use of these tools in making hiring and other employment decisions? Automating HR functions can help businesses streamline their operations, increase productivity and employee morale, and help conquer uncon…
 
Earlier this year, New York State adopted anti-sexual harassment legislation that the Governor described as the "strongest and most comprehensive" in the country, and that is now fully effective. As of October 9, 2018, employers must distribute to all New York-based employees an updated anti-sexual harassment policy that covers a number of key area…
 
Littler attorneys Michael Kessel, Russ McEwan and Alan Model, out of our Newark office, discuss the importance of cultivating “employee engagement” to foster a productive, invested workforce. They also describe the new Littler Positive Employee Relations Series, which offers customized, intensive training to supervisors on the causes of negative mo…
 
Jennifer Youpa, a shareholder in Littler’s Dallas office, and Kevin O’Neill, Senior Director of Littler’s Learning Group, discuss the importance of harassment complaint investigations in the #MeToo climate. As Jennifer and Kevin explain, investigatory responses can no longer be “one size fits all,” especially with the possibility of the viral discl…
 
Yesterday’s anti-harassment training won’t cut it in the #MeToo era. Employers must take stock of steps they have taken to prevent and stop sexual harassment in the workplace, and identify how they will answer the clear call for truly effective anti-harassment training. In this podcast, Littler attorneys Demery Ryan and Marissa Dragoo discuss key e…
 
Developers and contractors in the construction industry have seen an increasing shortage of qualified labor in recent years. Apprenticeship programs are one way to attract workers to the industry and help them develop the skills necessary to succeed in the long-term. The current administration is taking steps to foster and expand regulated apprenti…
 
In this podcast, Shareholder Sherril Colombo explores how legal services programs can benefit employers by supporting employees as they navigate non-workplace-related legal issues. Sherril sits down with Jacqui Ledon and Claudia Welsh from Legal Services of Greater Miami, who describe the free services that can be offered directly to individuals, a…
 
In this podcast, Helene Wasserman, co-chair of Littler’s Jury Trial and Litigation Practice Group, discusses how Human Resources personnel should respond if presented with harassment allegations – particularly if those complaints are lodged against high-ranking leadership. She addresses why workers often don’t speak up about harassment and how this…
 
As 2017 winds down, and the window closes to complete any mandatory training, Kevin O’Neill, Senior Director of Littler Learning Group, chats with Dawn McKenney-Maxwell of Littler’s Knowledge Management team about employer training initiatives. Kevin identifies hot topics – social media and bystander training, for example – and reviews employer ant…
 
Corinn Jackson sits down with Littler Shareholders Natalie Pierce and Garry Mathiason to discuss the firm’s Robotics, AI, and Automation Practice Group. Natalie and Garry look back at how seismic technological advances have changed the modern workplace and describe the genesis of the group in response to the automation and AI revolution. In additio…
 
Predictive or fair scheduling laws have taken hold on the West Coast in the cities of Emeryville, California; San Francisco, California; San Jose, California; Seattle, Washington; and the entire state of Oregon. On the opposite side of the country, New York City has also adopted fair scheduling requirements. In this podcast, Littler attorney Deidra…
 
While employers are always juggling their compliance obligations, immigration issues have taken on particular importance under the Trump administration. In this podcast, Shareholder Jorge Lopez from Littler’s Miami office, along with Sean McCrory out of Littler’s Dallas office, discuss key workplace compliance issues. They review I-9 and visa requi…
 
How an employee’s work performance is documented can make the difference between winning and losing at trial. In this podcast, Shareholder Helene Wasserman from Littler’s Los Angeles office and Co-Chair of Littler's Trials and Litigation Practice Group discusses how email has invaded the domain previously reserved for more formal written communicat…
 
In Quentin Tarantino's classic film, "Pulp Fiction," two hitmen, Jules and Vincent (played by Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta), find themselves in a farcical and escalating "mess" – requiring the advice of a "fixer" known as "The Wolf" (played by Harvey Keitel). The Wolf arrives at the scene, assesses the situation with cool detachment, and dev…
 
With the increasing threat to organizations from data breaches, HR plays a critical role in helping prevent and minimize the risk from cyber theft. This podcast will address how to identify potential cyber security problems, workforce challenges in data protection, and the use of policies, training and employee education that are designed to protec…
 
Having an effective and consistent investigation process can play an important role in a company's culture. Join Kathy Cooper Franklin, Littler shareholder, as she talks about creating a speak-up workplace culture, walks you through the six stages of an investigation, and explains the importance of written guidelines in an investigation process. Th…
 
Cases filed against home care companies are at an all-time high. What pay practices may cause trouble for home care companies? Find out how to help protect your company and to try to avoid or better defend your business against potential litigation. Join Littler shareholder Angelo Spinola for an informative podcast about wage and hour issues unique…
 
In California, signatures are being gathered in support of the “Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Initiative.” The initiative is likely to qualify for the November 2016 ballot and, if passed by the voters, could legalize the recreational use of marijuana in California. In this podcast, Bruce Sarchet, Littler Mendelson Shareholder, ex…
 
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