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What’s Next for SCOTUS?

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Release Date: 10/08/2020

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Employers thought work from home would be a short term fix to a temporary challenge. As a new wave of COVID-19 cases continue to mount nationally and globally, it is time for employers to reconnect with remote employees, reengage and reset the expectations.

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The virtual workplace has blurred the line between our personal and professional spaces — but the behavior that constitutes harassment in the workplace remains the same. Taking steps to clearly outline and reinforce company policies around harassment prevention, confidentiality and online behavior will help employers head off problems down the road.

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Psychological safety in the workplace allows employees to speak up candidly & make mistakes without fear of reprisal or adverse repercussions. The resulting security created by cultures that support safe workplaces contributes to inclusivity & can improve performance as employees are able to be more engaged & connected at work. This episode of We get work™ explores steps employers can take to foster psychological safety, sharing of employees’ unique perspectives & more active engagement in problem solvi

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State laws will have an immediate impact on the workplace, regardless of who wins the election. Issues including minimum wage, family leave & pay equity are traditionally legislated by state & local governments, and we often see those same bodies step up in the absence of federal policy or leadership.

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The election won’t cure COVID-19. But it may impact how employers handle & respond to the realities of the new workplace. As businesses around the world reopen & reset, employers face a complicated & unprecedented situation of returning employees to work & implementing practices to keep the workplace COVID free. This episode of We get work™ discusses how the ever changing state of the law impacts your ability to run your business & keep your employees safe in the face of the continuing spread of COVID-1

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Public support for like Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement have risen to prominence in recent months. But many advocates say more can and needs to be done. As employers consider how to address disparities in pay, they face a number of issues and potential pitfalls. that can lead to costly litigation and damaging publicity.

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The Trump Administration’s course on immigration ushered in heightened standards for obtaining immigration benefits, restructuring visa allocations through executive orders and renewed and continued emphasis on immigration enforcement. The 2020 election will profoundly shape the ability of U.S. businesses to integrate immigration strategies into their financial plans and operations.

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In the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, President Donald Trump nominated the Honorable Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. This podcast will address Justice Ginsburg’s legacy as it relates to employers, delve into Barrett’s prior employment-related decisions and what they mean for organizations, and explore which key employment issues may land at the Supreme Court and how they could alter your workplace.

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In 2020, politics permeates the workplace. The prominence and influence of social justice movements has made political conversations in the workplace more fraught with risk. This podcast will explore the issues employers face in the run up to the 2020 election as well as proactive approaches to keep the workplace harmonious.

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