Labor & Employment
The National Law Review provides readers with news coverage and issues, involving working and labor and employment law in the United States, and how it affects employers, employees, major corporations and executives throughout the country. Current trends like whistleblower protection and employees' rights concerning disclosure of information about their corporate employer or government employer if the employer is engaged in illegal activities and protection for employees concerning retaliation due to whistleblower complaints.
The National Law Review offers in-depth analysis of some of the major federal agencies/governing bodies that impact employer/employee relationships. Analysis of the make-up of the National Labor Relation Board (NLRB) as well as analysis of the major decisions coming from that board are covered by the legal experts at the National Law Review. Additionally, news and guidance, as well as staffing changes at the Department of Labor are also covered and analyzed, with legal experts providing insight into what has happened, and what might happen as a result. Updates from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and their interpretations and guidelines on specific regulations related to worker safety, like the Silica standard, are also covered by NLR.
Changes in employment law based on state developments, and issues that impact employer procedures in hiring and interviewing hiring, such as how ban the box legislation impacts hiring as well prohibitions against asking about previous salary levels, and employer reviews sites like Glassdoor are covered by the National Law Review. As states and cities pass and amend employment-related legislation, the National Law Review carefully analyzes the implications of these changes to provide background information for companies seeking to stay compliant.
Some of the subjects covered on the site include employment and compensation agreements, employment violations in the workplace, non compete and arbitration agreements, the #MeToo Movement and sexual harassment, sex-discrimination cases, employee handbooks and policies, wellness programs, and how to properly train employees, especially given the number of employment-related lawsuits and EEOC enforcement actions. are addressed by the National Law Review
Readers can also learn about employment agreements in areas including the use of personal email accounts, electronic devices, and email/internet policies in the workplace. With data and security being a hot-topic in recent months, the National Law Review has the latest details about data protection policies, encryption, and data security and employee privacy rights within organizations. Topics like pay equity/gender pay gap issues, affirmative action disputes, civil rights actions, business immigration laws, disability accommodations, ERISA policies, unfair competition, workplace privacy, whistleblower lawsuits, wrongful termination, and trade secrets, are all cases and stories visitors will find on the National Law Review website.
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