In this episode of our Diversity & Inclusion at Work series, Kimya Johnson and Bonnie Puckett discuss how employers with global workforces can create a diversity and inclusion program in light of differing and often conflicting laws across jurisdictions. Highlighting issues covered in the D&I Legal Survey, Model Policy, and Compliance Tools kit, this podcast details the various political, cultural and economic considerations for employers to create a D&I program and code of compliance consistent with their global values.
In this episode, Keith Kopplin and Sarah Platt compare Wisconsin’s Family and Medical Leave Act with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act and discuss the key differences and top things employers should know.
In this podcast, Kelly Cardin and Sarah Platt discuss the various strategies available to employers as their employees deal with return to school issues. The speakers address the applicability of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the state and local laws that may provide paid leaves of absence, and other options that employers may want to consider implementing.
In light of continued government orders relating to business closures, restrictions, and more during the coronavirus outbreak, unionized employers may be wondering about their obligations under the National Labor Relations Act. In this episode of the Third Thursdays podcast, Ruthie Goodboe and Jackie Damm discuss practical considerations for unionized employers during this unprecedented time, including whether employers need to follow the terms of their collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), common CBA provisions that may be particularly applicable during this time, and what to do if currently engaged in contract negotiations.