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Managing Your Post-Pandemic Workforce

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Release Date: 06/08/2021

Traditional Labor Practice Effects of the New Infrastructure Law  show art Traditional Labor Practice Effects of the New Infrastructure Law

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Traditional labor law will face significant change in the wake of the new $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act recently signed into law. Prioritization of project labor and community workforce agreements is one such noteworthy change. On this episode of We Get Work, we discuss what project labor agreements mean for construction contractors and subcontractors.

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Early Stage Tech Companies: Navigating Potential Pitfalls show art Early Stage Tech Companies: Navigating Potential Pitfalls

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For early-stage tech employers, rapid business growth can quickly lead to costly employment and immigration law missteps. Risks can be magnified when striving to attract talent. On this episode of We Get Work, we share practical, yet critical steps employers should consider early in the business lifecycle of both domestic and foreign national employees to mitigate legal risk and financial exposure.

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Addressing and Avoiding Pay Inequity show art Addressing and Avoiding Pay Inequity

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How critical is pay equity to a company's human capital? As the labor market continues to change at a rapid pace, employers need to manage the disruptive factors which have an impact on employee compensation and their ability to attract and retain a diverse workforce.

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Protecting Secrets in Tech show art Protecting Secrets in Tech

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In light of the regulatory activity aimed at limiting covenants not to compete, and the increased prevalence of remote work, how do tech companies protect their trade secrets?

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Corporate Transactions and Workplace Law: An Indispensable Alliance show art Corporate Transactions and Workplace Law: An Indispensable Alliance

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When it comes to consolidations and restructurings, in-house counsel and the corporate law firms that support them have competing priorities to further a company's business objectives and mitigate legal risk. Labor and employment considerations are equally critical to a successful transaction.

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Federal Contracts and Vaccine Mandates: A New Order show art Federal Contracts and Vaccine Mandates: A New Order

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Federal contractors and subcontractors recently received guidance from the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force when applying President Biden’s Executive Order Ensuring Adequate COVID Safety Protocols.

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Enforceability of Physician Non-Compete Agreements show art Enforceability of Physician Non-Compete Agreements

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Non-compete covenants in physician employment and shareholder agreements are common practice. Whether they are legally enforceable as drafted varies from state to state. Some states have broad interpretations of reasonableness — and there’s a growing trend to disallow these types of agreements completely.

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The Unlikely Marriage of Unions and Tech Employees show art The Unlikely Marriage of Unions and Tech Employees

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Unions are successfully targeting workers in the technology industry, even as employees transition to a more remote workplace during the pandemic.

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Protecting Against Poaching show art Protecting Against Poaching

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Employees are the most valuable assets of any company. Particularly in the life sciences industry, where employees are often highly skilled and entrusted with trade secrets, it is mission critical to protect against unfair poaching by competitors.

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Restaurant Rebound: How Employers Can Build and Keep Top-Notch Service Teams show art Restaurant Rebound: How Employers Can Build and Keep Top-Notch Service Teams

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The restaurant industry continues its slow, but steady recovery from the impacts of COVID-19. One of the most critical issues facing employers is attracting and retaining talent in the face of increasing difficulties to do so.

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