The mainstream media has given massive coverage to workers in China holding Chip Starnes, the president of an American company, hostage for alleged non-payment of wages.
Supreme Court’s Rulings On Same-Sex Marriage Spark Many Questions On Employee Benefits—Susan Hoffman
Wednesday marked a historic day in America’s history, as the Supreme Court handed two landmark rulings on same-sex marriage. The Court striking down DOMA in United States v. Windsor stands as the more sweeping of the two rulings, though the court remanding Hollingsworth v. Perry for lack of standing has a major impact as well. After nailing what would happen with the rulings last time she was on LXBN TV, Littler‘s Susan Hoffman joins me now to explain the many questions the rulings raise with regards to employee benefits.
Supreme Court to Decide Legality of Neutrality Agreements, Dynamics of Union Organizing Hang in the Balance
The Supreme Court agreed earlier this week to consider whether the Labor-Management Relations Act’s prohibition on employers from providing a union with any “thing of value” extends to the promises an employer makes in a neutrality agreement.
Lawyers and law firms are increasingly using blogs, also referred to as “blawgs” along with social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, to build their visibility and brand.
Box-Office Hits to Best-Sellers: Scholastic Inc. Shares Marketing Strategies Around Film Adaptations
Gatsby. His name has been forever immortalized through the words of F. Scott Fitzgerald. For most of us, it conjures up memories from high school English classes, but now it’s being broadcast all over in ads and trailers for surrounding the film adaptation.
The countdown is on now. Less than 100 days until the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) main provisions go into effect, and Organizing for Action and Enroll America kicked outreach efforts to the uninsured into high gear last week.
Before you consider blogging, read industry or client blogs. Read your competitor’s blogs. Get a feel for things. Blogging requires passion and authority. You either have it or you don’t. If you decide you’re ready to blog then benchmark off of Adam Greaves.
“I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.” Could that be you? An Australian nurse named Bronnier Ware spent years caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives
You likely know the expression: All things else being equal, people want to do business with people they “know, like and trust.”