Rules of the Road: Return to Work in the Time of COVID-19 (Aug. 18, 2020) - Returning to the physical workplace safely and in a compliant manner is essential to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Attorney Ian Carleton Schaefer shares 10 “Rules of the Road” to help guide employers and employees alike through this transition.
The COVID-19 Labor Market Imbalance - as featured in #WorkforceWednesday (April 22, 2020): The COVID-19 pandemic has created a sudden imbalance in the labor market. While many employers are implementing layoffs or furloughs, other “essential” businesses are searching for additional employees to meet demand. Attorneys Nathaniel Glasser and Ian Carleton Schaefer discuss how employers can use creative approaches to address this imbalance.
Halting Harassment: 7 Rules of the Road: Learn the “7 Rules of the Road” for halting sexual harassment in the workplace, presented by attorneys Jennifer Gefsky and Ian Carleton Schaefer. This video was prepared as part of Epstein Becker Green's Halting Harassment: Rules of the Road for a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace, an interactive e-learning solution to newly enacted mandatory training requirements.
Preventing Harassment in the #MeToo Era: In this news development, from Employment Law This Week®, Ian Carleton Schaefer discusses how sexual harassment training is evolving in the #MeToo era. He also talks about how requirements like the recently released New York State model training guidelines could become the standard for all employers nationwide.
NYC Introduces Expanded Sexual Harassment Legislation: In this extended interview from Employment Law This Week® (Episode 109: Week of March 19, 2018), Ian Carleton Schaefer discusses a package of bills, modifying sexual harassment laws, that were introduced by the New York City Council in light of the #MeToo movement.
Second Circuit Rules Facebook Rant Was Protected Activity: In this extended interview from Employment Law This Week (Episode 70: Week of May 1, 2017), Ian Carleton Schaefer discusses the Second Circuit's recent ruling that an employee’s Facebook rant was protected activity.
Equal Pay Legislation Continues Across the Nation: In this extended interview from Employment Law This Week (April 4, 2016), Ian Carleton Schaefer discusses the trend toward equal pay regulation in New York and New Jersey.