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September 1, 2022

Productivity-Tracking Pitfalls Employers Should Avoid

Kwabena Appenteng explains how productivity tools can be helpful in identifying employees with disabilities.

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August 31, 2022

Court strikes employer's defence after it avoids scheduling examination

Rhonda B. Levy and Monty Verlint explain a case in which an employer fell short of the court’s expectation that it conduct itself fairly and in good faith in examination scheduling. (Subscription required.)

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August 31, 2022

TikTokers, Tokers and Terminations: The Brave New World of Regulating Employee Conduct and Expression

Jennifer Fox Swain discusses private and public employers’ ability to regulate employee conduct and expression, from off-duty social media posts to on-duty marijuana use. (Subscription required.)

Press Release
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August 31, 2022

Littler Workplace Policy Institute and National Association of State Chambers Release Report Addressing Skilled Labor Shortages Impacting U.S. Businesses

Report provides state-by-state analysis of workforce development challenges and solutions

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August 30, 2022

A Canary in a Coal Mine: Using Data to Identify Early Indicators of Risk

A retroactive analysis of litigation data can help legal departments identify trends and determine where to allocate resources to reduce the likelihood of future litigation. But as the legal risks facing companies grow and intensify, it’s critical to

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