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.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues a record-setting pace in auditing and investigating employers over worksite and I-9/E-Verify compliance concerns. Join Denver shareholder Chris Thomas as he covers the current challenges employers face and highlights steps they can take to ensure compliance.
Workplace investigations can either stall out without any clear answer, or instead succeed and lead to a conclusion, depending on the effectiveness of the interviews. However, many people conducting interviews skip simple steps at the very outset that maximize their effectiveness. Join Milwaukee shareholders Bud Bobber and Tim Kamin as they discuss practical strategies, tips, and considerations when beginning an interview as part of a workplace investigation.
In this episode, Diana Nehro, a shareholder in Ogletree Deakins’ International Practice Group, covers five of the most significant labor and employment concerns for multinational companies. Tune in for a discussion about managing the absence of at-will employment outside the U.S., cross-border investigations, globalizing policies, cost-effectively managing mobility assignments, and creating consistent global sales incentive plans.