Stacey Bastone Discusses New York City Regulations for Pay Transparency in Job Advertisements

Stacey Bastone discusses early regulatory enforcement actions for employers allegedly ignoring the requirement to include salary ranges in job advertisements under New York City’s pay transparency law in“Tesla, News Corp. Caught in... Read more »

Federal Contractors Required to Post Salary Ranges in Job Postings Under Proposed DOL Regulations

In recognition of the 15th anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the Biden Administration has released a proposal that would prohibit federal contractors from using a job applicant’s prior salary... Read more »

Immigration Issues Companies Reconsidering Bachelor’s Degree as Job Requirement Must Keep in Mind

The increasing need for talented workers in the United States has more and more employers considering eliminating bachelor’s degree requirements from job descriptions. A recognition of the value of skills and experience... Read more »

1 in 3 Workers Never Want to Be Managers, Per New Report

Climbing the corporate ladder doesn’t have the appeal it used to for many people, a new report says. Talent firm Randstad’s study of 27,000 people found 39% don’t want promotions – they’re... Read more »

When Should You Revoke a Job Offer? — Evil HR Lady

When is it OK to rescind a job offer? That was essentially the question sparked by the below tweet (which has since been deleted). When I told the Random Recruiter I was... Read more »

Viewpoint: It’s Easier To Get A Gun Than A Job At Dominos

Two weeks after the funeral for Amerie Jo Garza, 10, the first of the Robb Elementary School students to be interred following the Uvalde mass shooting, I phoned the manager of my... Read more »

Supreme Court Analyzes Discrimination Law in Job Transfer Case

​The U.S. Supreme Court heard a case on Dec. 6 that will determine whether involuntary job transfers can constitute discrimination in some circumstances. The court focused on whether tangible harm is required... Read more »

The Stay-or-Pay Clause That Demands You Pay to Quit Your Job

Mandating a financial penalty if a contract is broken, as in Vidal’s case, has a long history in contract law, but it is relatively new in employment contracts. In the early 1970s,... Read more »

Go Ahead And Take That Mental Health Day Off From Your Biglaw Job – You Aren’t The Only One

Ed. Note: Welcome to our daily feature Trivia Question of the Day! According to a new survey by mental health solutions provider Unmind, The State of Wellbeing in Law, what percentage of... Read more »

AI hiring tools keeping skilled professional immigrants out of job market

Alice Wang says companies are starting to understand the benefit of vetting AI tools and setting the training data, but they’re doing so from their own internal company perspective. Human Resources Director... Read more »
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