The issue of whether faculty at private colleges and universities are entitled to the protections of the National Labor Relations Act is still in flux—and cases on this topic can provide useful insight for other industries as well. In this episode of the Third Thursdays podcast, Ruthie Goodboe and Fito Agraz discuss the current state of the law as it relates to managerial status under the NLRA, and what recent cases mean for employers inside and outside of the educational context.
H-1B visas have long been a popular choice for employers, but this mainstay of the non-immigrant visa class presents employers with a number of challenges, including competition for limited numbers of visas, increased scrutiny, and some new procedural twists that are being developed. Miguel Manna will explain the current state-of-play for the H-1B visa and share his insights to help employers plan appropriately.
Join Milwaukee attorneys Sarah Platt and Christine Bestor Townsend as they discuss how things have changed for employers in the era of #MeToo.
Employers may be finding it difficult to keep pace with the increasing number of state and local drug testing laws—and in safety-sensitive work environments, like those in manufacturing, there are many issues to consider. In this podcast, Bud Bobber and Mike Clarkson discuss best practices for manufacturers on maintaining effective and legal drug testing policies and procedures.