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November 23, 2022

Colorado and Oregon Trigger Protections for Leaves Relating to Respiratory Illnesses

David C. Gartenberg and Cristin Casey explain the additional leave obligations that employers with Colorado and Oregon operations now face. (Subscription required.)

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November 22, 2022

Illinois Passes Workers’ Rights Amendment

Jennifer Jones, Scott Mainquist, David P. Radelet and Dru Selden examine the Illinois Constitution Amendment 1, passed by voters, which amends the state constitution to guarantee workers a broad right to collective bargaining and has the potential to sign

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November 18, 2022

DE&I Looks Different Around the Globe

Don Dowling said global companies should slow down and adapt their DE&I initiatives to different countries and consider local demographics if they're serious about diversity. (Subscription required.)

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November 18, 2022

Beware of lying on the resume: Not only can you lose your job but commit a crime

Miguel Arberas explains that those who lie about their training and training to get a job can be dismissed even if there is no damage.

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November 18, 2022

Post-Covid, European firms are still struggling with workplace transformation

Jan-Ove Becker, Laura Jousselin, Anne-Valerie Michaux, Raoul Parekh and Stephan Swinkels discuss Littler’s 2022 European Employer Survey Report and key issues European employers are facing, including wandering workers, employee well-being and AI use. (Sub

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