"Understanding those biases, the stereotypes that have always existed; training on how they manifest themselves in the new remote working situation; and then [using] systems of evaluation and compensation decisions that are structured to avoid those biases" are ways to avoid discrimination, said Cara Greene, a partner at Outten & Golden LLP.
A court has awarded collective action status to an unpaid wages suit against public relations technology giant Cision.
Three former sales representatives sued Cision in January, as first reported by Bloomberg, alleging the company didn't compensate them for overtime.
According to a May order from US District Court, New York's Southern District, the former employees alleged they often had to work more than 40 hours...
Hundreds of fund industry professionals have lost their jobs in recent months, and older employees are likely to account for a disproportionate number of people out of work, recently published data and industry sources suggest.
A California appeals court decision sinking Winston & Strawn LLP's arbitration agreement with a former attorney suing the firm for discrimination will encourage "for hire" lawyers and others outside firms' power structures to fight contracts that seek to block legal disputes from reaching the courtroom, experts say.
The event, organized by the New York affiliate of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA/NY), focused on current issues in employment law, and was attended by over 100 legal professionals, scholars, and students.