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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

In the News
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August 30, 2022

As Employers Gain Leverage, Attys Brace For Wage Impact

As pandemic-era employment leverage could be shifting away back to employers, Lee Schreter warns them to be careful to not over-correct while thinking about their workforce, a recession and an economic downturn. (Subscription required.)

Article
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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

Article
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August 30, 2022

Employment contract's unenforceable confidentiality clauses invalidated termination provisions

Rhonda B. Levy and Barry Kuretzky examine an Ontario Court of Appeal case that sheds light on questions surrounding contracts and conflict of interest stipulations. (Subscription required.)

In the News
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August 30, 2022

Minimum Wages to Surge With State, Local Laws Tied to Inflation

Sebastian Chilco talks about why inflation-based minimum wage increases vary widely across the U.S., and why this year’s large inflation-based increases could motivate state legislatures and city councils to consider mitigation policies. (Subscription req

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