Proskauer Delivers #MeToo Webinar With EEOC Commissioner Feldblum 9-27-18

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/proskauer-delivers-metoo-webinar-with-76201/ Bruce’s Summary: EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum, was a guest speaker at a recent webinar discussing how the #MeToo movement had impacted workplace dynamics and suggested some innovative solutions for addressing and...
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Retaliation: A Workplace Soap Opera 9-14-18

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/retaliation-a-workplace-soap-opera-93182/ Bruce’s Summary: The author states, “It’s possible to have a valid claim (retaliation) based on an underlying complaint that has no merit” Something everyone should take a moment to think about The author gives...
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The “Weinstein Clause” May Mark a New Era of Social Due Diligence 9-14-2018

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/the-weinstein-clause-may-mark-a-new-era-42857/ Bruce’s Summary: One more view in the arena of M&A’s and how it may appear that boards are starting to have a little clearer understanding of the impact of the “#MeToo” movement A new term, the “Weinstein...
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The #MeToo Rep: M&A in the #MeToo Era 8-28-18

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/the-metoo-rep-m-a-in-the-metoo-era-16367/ Bruce’s Summary: Again, as I said in January of this year, “Well 2018 is here and workplace harassment and retaliation allegations are still rolling in It seems the talk is that everyone is still waiting for more...
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New Polls in the #MeToo Era Suggest 3 Changes to Human Resources Practices and Investigations

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/new-polls-in-the-metoo-era-3-important-48550/ Bruce’s Summary: Well, we’re more than half way through 2018 and workplace harassment and retaliation allegations are still rolling in and so are the polls on this critical subject The author does a good job of...
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The First “Me Too” Verdict in New York Should Send a Strong Message to Managers and Employers

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/the-first-me-too-verdict-in-new-york-52705/Bruce’s Summary: As I said in January, “Well 2018 is here and workplace harassment and retaliation allegations are still rolling in It seems the talk is that everyone is still waiting for more workplace harassment and...
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“A Shield or a Sword? The Role of Performance Evaluations in Employment Litigation”

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/a-shield-or-a-sword-the-role-of-67229/ Bruce’s Summary: Performance Evaluations - for some managers a curse when the review is not so good and for other managers a blessing when the review is glowing and/or outstanding But, what is it really good for in...
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“Why the ‘Equal Opportunity Jerk” Defense Should Be a Last Resort for Employers”

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/why-the-equal-opportunity-jerk-defense-17124/ Bruce’s Summary: First, does this sound like a familiar subject Well, I commented earlier this month on the same subject, “Jerk Managers” and yes, it’s still timely Please no names, but do, as an HR...
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“National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel Issues Guidance on Employer Handbook Rules” 6/11/18

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/national-labor-relations-board-s-41767/ Bruce’s Summary: On June 6, 2018, the NLRB’s General Counsel issued a Memorandum (18-04) announcing a new standard for analyzing whether a work rule violates employee’s rights under the NLRA in reference to the...
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The Era of the Jerk Manager Is Over 5/30/18

https://wwwjdsupracom/legalnews/the-era-of-the-jerk-manager-is-over-17054/ Bruce’s Summary: First, interesting article and somewhat timely A subject normally only talked about in the organizational halls but not publicly, even though everyone in the organization knows who it is Who it is, has...
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