In the first of a four-part series on unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ashley Cuttino discusses the general structure of the unemployment system and the recent changes due to federal and state actions, including the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
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, Lauren Hicks, Leigh Nason, and Scott Kelly discuss Directive 2022-01, which the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) revised and renamed on August 18, 2022. The speakers cover how the new directive, which amends the agency’s guidance suggesting that federal contractors must perform annual pay equity audits to comply with affirmative action programming (AAP) regulatory requirements, walks back language regarding the documentation required to demonstrate compliance with compensation analysis obligations. The speakers also discuss how the revised guidance imposes new burdens for contractors and offer insights into the reasons fueling the agency’s changes regarding conducting compensation analyses and evaluations.
Employment Law Legends, Episode 7—Free Agency: Remaking Supervisor Liability in Faragher v. City of Boca Raton
When should employers be liable for the hostile work environment created by supervisors’ sexually harassing conduct? This episode examines the legal saga that untangled this question and the Supreme Court of the United States’ extraordinary decision to create the two-part Faragher-Ellerth affirmative defense.