Workplace

  • “It’s getting harder to climb the ladder”

    … “It’s getting harder to climb the ladder” by Walter Olson on September 15, 2014 Is the American job market becoming less fluid, as a new paper by Steven Davis and John Haltiwanger argues, with less job-switching and fewer vacancies opening up at established employers? And to the extent this is an unwelcome trend, which policies might be contributing to it? [The Economist; some possibly contrary data points from Alex Tabarrok] Tagged as: employment at will, occupational licensure, workplace …

    Walter Olson/ Overlawyered
  • Domestic Violence Awareness: Resources for Employers

    … of online resources as well, including a toolkit designed to help address these issues further. While such online resources need to be tailored to your workplace, it is a good place to start if you’re seeking more information. Domestic violence isn’t just an issue for football players. It has an impact on employers all across the United States. For employers that want to do something more, these resources are a good place to start. …

    3 readers - Daniel Schwartz/ Connecticut Employment Law Blog
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  • Mandates for paid sick leave

    … and Seattle–as proof that the campaign is gaining momentum.” Opponents are fighting back with, among other steps, legislation passed in at least ten states specifying that municipal home rule does not include the authority to enact ordinances of this sort. [Rhonda Smith, Bloomberg BNA] Tweet Tags: Connecticut, workplace Mandates for paid sick leave is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system …

    2 readers - Walter Olson/ Overlawyered
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