This week, we focus on compliance and transparency when using artificial intelligence (AI) tools in employment decision-making.  

The Future of AI Technology Regulations for Employers

Regulations and enforcement are tightening for the use of AI technology in employment decisions, on both the state and federal level. What can employers do to ensure compliance?

Attorneys Nathaniel Glasser and Sahar Shiralian tell us more.

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Legal Risks and Remedies for AI’s “Black Box” Problem

When using AI and machine-learning algorithms for workforce decision-making, employers need to understand the basis for automated decisions or recommendations. Join our virtual briefing on June 9 to learn more about strategies for achieving transparency and explainability in AI, assuring regulatory compliance, and avoiding legal liability. Register today.

OSHA’s Permanent COVID-19 Health Care Standard

What challenges are health care providers likely to face as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration prepares its permanent COVID-19 standard for health care workers? Hear more in our recent Diagnosing Health Care podcast episode. Listen now.

Other Highlights

COVID-19 WORKFORCE (re)sources
Click here to see what the federal government and state and local governments have done to address the COVID-19 pandemic this week.

5 Timekeeping Tips from a Former WHD Administrator
HR Dive
Paul DeCamp featured

Court Holds That Judges Can’t Invent Rules Governing Arbitration Waiver and Makes It Harder for Prisoners to Show Ineffective Assistance: SCOTUS Today
Stuart Gerson

What to Do When You Have to Give a Deposition for Your Employer
Commercial Litigation Update
Thomas Kane, Lauren Brophy Cooper

Connecticut Legislature Seeks to Codify Limitations on Noncompetes
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Erik Weibust

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