Multimillion dollar settlements that benefit no one who was actually harmed have the Supreme Court asking: Should lawyers earn money for nothing?
When it comes to #MeToo, should CEOs undertake preemptive strikes and get ahead of potential issues by commissioning “clean bill of health” investigations before allegations arise?
Marijuana is legal. And it isn’t. Confused? You’re not alone. Welcome to the thorniest labor issue of the decade.
CEOs paying attention to the Google fiasco will recognize their organization is not immune from similar breakdowns in leadership, breaches of employee boundaries and limits, and weak oversight.
He may have picked a really ineffective time to do it, given America’s accelerating economic boom and near-record employment, and rising wages, but that isn’t stopping U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders from challenging four of the nation’s most prominent CEOs over their compensation policies.
CEOs should ensure all direct reports are following the right guidelines to meet the new Department of Labor (DOL) Unpaid vs. Paid Intern 'Test' requirements.
In the wake of sexual harassment claims made against Fox News chief Roger Ailes, it is important for businesses of all sizes to understand the importance of developing and implementing a sexual harassment policy that protects both employees and employers in the workplace.
Recent lawsuits against companies such as Uber and FedEx have highlighted the growing risks of using independent contractors. While using contractors can come with many cost-saving benefits, companies must ensure those workers qualify as independent contractors under federal and state laws.
Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are making political points about the “gig” economy. Should CEOs be focusing on the trend in their business strategy?
Leaders must always look ahead and take action today against what seems like an uncertain tomorrow.
12Page 1 of 2