In the fifth episode of the Employment Law Legends podcast series, Paul Rinnan examines the legal battle surrounding the definition of religious accommodations in the workplace and the origins of the de minimis burden standard.
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 special crossover episode of the “Third Thursdays with Ruthie” and “Tech-Tuned Workplace” podcast series, Ruthie Goodboe, Jennifer Betts, and Zeb Curtin (Senior Labor & Employment Lawyer and Team Lead at Cargill) discuss artificial intelligence (AI) in the labor law space. They cover how employers and unions might use AI, automation’s impact on labor organizing, and key takeaways for employers for harnessing the power of AI—and avoiding the risks.
As state and local governments begin to lift restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are preparing for the various permutations of returning employees to work. In this podcast, John Merrell will discuss the legal implications of returning employees to pre-COVID-19 work conditions and provide employers with steps to minimize risk in the process.