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Operational Chaos: The Ramifications of a Vendor Data Breach

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Release Date: 10/30/2023

The Year Ahead 2024: Workplace Safety show art The Year Ahead 2024: Workplace Safety

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OSHA’s revised electronic recordkeeping requirements went into effect January 1 and the agency’s new proposed rule on third-party representatives participating in walk-around inspections looms. Jackson Lewis Workplace Safety and Health practice co-leaders  and  discuss the OSHA compliance issues on the horizon for enforcement that will impact many employers this year.

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The Year Ahead 2024: Technology: AI show art The Year Ahead 2024: Technology: AI

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The tech theme for 2024 is more regulation. Jackson Lewis of counsel  and principal  tell you what you need to know to make AI work for you amid the rising U.S. and global pressures to regulate — and the attendant enforcement efforts sure to follow.

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, head of Jackson Lewis’ Retail industry group; , co-leader of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health practice; and principal , a wage and hour practitioner, discuss the continuing labor renaissance and the need to focus on employee happiness and organizational wellness. Other topics include OSHA’s national emphasis program targeting retailers with warehouses and distribution centers, and the immediate impact and risks involved with how retailers absorb increased labor costs due to minimum wage increases.

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The Year Ahead 2024: Restrictive Covenants show art The Year Ahead 2024: Restrictive Covenants

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Having helped employers make it through one of the most active years in restrictive covenant law, Jackson Lewis co-leaders of the Restrictive Covenants, Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition practice  and  share what to expect for 2024. For starters, the multi-pronged attack on non-competes will likely continue along with more litigation involving other provisions and claims.

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The biggest legislative movement in pay equity will continue to be transparency — especially at state and local levels. Jackson Lewis Pay Equity resource group co-leads  and  pull together the expanding patchwork of pay equity state law trends to help employers get a better sense of the emerging standards sure to affect operations and compensation approaches.

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The Year Ahead 2024: Manufacturing show art The Year Ahead 2024: Manufacturing

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Jackson Lewis Manufacturing industry group co-chairs  and  bring their combined 55 years of experience to discuss the sobering and structural challenges 2024 has in store in terms of recruitment and retention. Skill gaps and mismatches, change management, new compensation strategies, internal talent marketplaces, employee referral programs, false barriers to entry, DEI, and more are all on the horizon.

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The Year Ahead 2024: Labor show art The Year Ahead 2024: Labor

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With petition filings up 53 percent during FY2023 and an average union win rate of 71 percent for election petitions in the first half of the same period, the labor renaissance continues to heat up. Jackson Lewis principals  and  tell you what the increase in employee activism, protected concerted activity, and union organizing activities will mean for employers in 2024.

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, co-leader of Jackson Lewis’ Workplace Safety and Health practice group, talks with her colleagues, principals  and , about intriguing issues for the hospitality industry to look toward in 2024, including service animals, babies, and robotic arms.

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Jackson Lewis Higher Education group co-chairs  and  share how you can prepare for changes around fair student admissions and apply those lessons to employees and board members. Other key considerations for 2024 are free speech vs. academic freedom issues and the expected March 2024 release of Title IX regulations relating to sexual misconduct.

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The Year Ahead 2024: Healthcare show art The Year Ahead 2024: Healthcare

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Jackson Lewis Healthcare industry co-chairs  and  discuss the five developments most likely to continue impacting the healthcare industry in 2024: strike activity; staffing shortages; union organizing; compliance and legal challenges around vaccination requirements and accommodations; and the NLRB’s recent joint-employer rule making it easier to find that employers and their staffing agencies are joint employers.

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Supply chain or third-party vendor disruption can cause operational chaos; specifically, unauthorized access can lead an organization to negligence claims, significant fines, contract disputes, potential lawsuits, loss of revenue, and even reputational harm. Therefore, companies need to secure their data by having robust vendor agreements that address data security and outline their responsibilities in case of a breach.