Rather than create his own political organization to hire some of the staffers of his now-defunct campaign, former 2020 contender Michael Bloomberg is donating $18 million to the Democratic National Committee and encouraging his former aides to apply there for positions.
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PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has agreed to pay nearly $12 million to a group of unsuccessful job applicants to close the book on a California federal suit accusing the accounting firm of age discrimination.
On Tuesday, named plaintiffs Steve Rabin and John Chapman asked U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar for preliminary approval of a deal in which PwC agreed to pay $11.6 million to resolve allegations that it violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act by systematically favoring younger applicants and denying older candidates jobs that they were qualified to perform.
PRNewswire—AARP Foundation and Outten & Golden LLP
PricewaterhouseCoopers, AARP, AARP Foundation, and the law firm of Outten & Golden LLP are pleased to announce that the Plaintiffs and defendant PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ("PwC") have reached a mutually consensual resolution of all claims in the class and collective action lawsuit Rabin v. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, pending in the Northern District of California.
In the lawsuit, Plaintiffs alleged that PwC failed to hire them and the Class and Collective Action Members into Associate, Senior Associate, and Experienced Associate positions in the Tax and Assurance lines of service, because...
Fierce competition among companies of all kinds for talented technology professionals has led many firms to offer such recruits richer perks and benefits than those in other departments, according to a new survey.
About three quarters of technology leaders across industries said their companies offer IT staff “more than the norm” with sign-on bonuses and remote work opportunities, the Robert Half survey found.
Among respondents at financial services firms, slightly more — 78% — said they sweeten the pot for tech recruits. The 2,800 survey participants each had hiring authority for the...
When Law360 included Outten & Golden LLP on its annual "Employment Practice Group of the Year" category in January 2019, it was a fitting tribute to the firm as it celebrated its 20th anniversary. Its unprecedented fourth consecutive appearance on this year's list is a fitting start to Outten & Golden's next decade.
PRNewswire — Outten & Golden LLP — Raisner Roupinian LLP
Outten & Golden LLP and Raisner Roupinian LLP announced that Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian have launched a new firm, Raisner Roupinian LLP, dedicated to representing employees who lose their jobs without proper notice in violation of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.
A new Trump administration regulation making it harder for workers to sue multiple employers for wage violations is already generating significant questions about how much sway it will have on federal courts.
The Labor Department said the rule will decrease the risk of court battles for some businesses, like franchisers and those who use contracted labor. The regulation narrows the circumstances in which two or more companies can be “joint employers” who share legal liability for paying employees minimum wages and overtime.