In this German-language podcast, Jacqueline Piran and Andre Appel from our Berlin office discuss major changes to German employment law effective August 1, 2022. Among other new obligations, employers are now required to provide all employees with written documentation—(to be printed and signed with wet ink signature—on key terms and conditions of their employment; digital employment contracts will not suffice. Jacqueline and Andre examine these requirements and the different measures employers might consider taking to comply with the new legislation. This podcast is presented entirely in German. An English version of this episode is forthcoming.
In this podcast, Ashley Cuttino and Bindu Gross discuss the wide scope of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) on both unionized and nonunionized workforces. The speakers also explain recent tactics unions have used to promote organizing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A truly effective workplace investigator knows how to best wrap-up an employee interview. Don’t leave loose ends or wiggle room that can later undermine the effectiveness of the overall investigation and the employer’s conclusions. Join Milwaukee shareholders Bud Bobber and Tim Kamin to hear suggestions and insights on how to most effectively conclude any employee interview during a workplace investigation.
On September 13, 2021, New York City began enforcing Executive Order No. 225 (“Key to NYC”), which requires individuals show proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to entering certain indoor establishments. In this podcast, Kelly Cardin and Jessica Schild discuss the key requirements of the executive order, including exemptions and penalties. The speakers also address significant compliance considerations implicated by the New York City Human Rights Law.