In the January edition of our Third Thursdays series, Ruthie Goodboe and Tom Davis examine the impact on labor issues of the newly inaugurated president and the Democratic-controlled 117th United States Congress. The speakers address the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) vacancies, case decisions, and pending regulations. They also address the NLRB’s possible agenda and the Biden administration’s potential legislative priorities, including the reintroduction of the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2019.
In this episode of the Global Solutions series, Chris Anderson and Enrique A. Del Cueto-Pérez discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on school reopenings and the various approaches that local and federal governments are taking to assist employers and employees return to work as schools systems move forward.
In this podcast, Mike Nader discusses pending legislation that could significantly impact employers if passed before the California Legislature’s current session ends on August 31, 2020. Many of the proposed bills relate to the coronavirus pandemic, including a bill that would provide employees with up to 10 business days of bereavement leave and a bill that would make leave and job protection benefits available to employees recovering from COVID-19. Our speaker also addresses Senate Bill 1383, which would expand leave requirements under the California Family Rights Act to apply to small employers with five or more employees—essentially, to most California employers.
In this Global Solutions flash briefing, Skye Hao discusses two recent landmark sexual harassment cases in China and the enactment of China’s civil code, which took effect on January 1, 2021. Ogletree Deakins’ Global Solutions podcast series includes more country-specific flash briefings, full episodes on relevant topics for multinational employers, recap episodes, and companion materials.