In this episode, Bud Bobber and Kimya Johnson discuss practical ways that employers in the manufacturing industry can address diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace. They will cover unique challenges faced by manufacturers, best practices for developing, implementing, and tracking D&I initiatives, and key tenets of successful programs.
New temporary staffing apps like Tilr and Shiftgig match workers with jobs in the same way that popular ridesharing apps match passengers with drivers. These apps offer a more streamlined approach than the traditional temporary staffing model, but an employment relationship is more complex than a ride to the airport.
There are a number of important considerations for employers to keep in mind when drafting a severance agreement. Join Milwaukee shareholders Bud Bobber and Brian Radloff for a discussion of practical tips for drafting severance agreements, from how to go about deciding how much to offer an employee to the key terms of the agreement.
Third Thursdays with Ruthie: Are College Professors and Other Professional Employees Covered By the NLRA?
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.