By Jeffrey Ross and David Jones [1]

There are tremendous advantages in effectively screening, testing and assessing candidates. Finding new hires who learn quickly, hit targets and advance is a major payoff. Reducing turnover, whether voluntary or involuntary, is another. Finding new hires who engage with their job, coworkers and organization is yet another. What’s

The relaxed atmosphere of a company party can raise morale, increase a sense of belonging, and solidify corporate culture while rewarding the year’s hard work.   At this time of year, many employers are booking sites, calling caterers and planning to party.  As you dust off the holiday decorations and don that party dress, keep these

First, thank you to all of you who recently responded to our request to help nominate the ELL blog to the ABA Top 100 list.

While we did not make the list this year – our colleagues who blog about all that is peculiar in California Employment Law did!  So, let’s help put them on

With our Thanks:

On behalf of the Entire Employment Law Lookout Blog Team

As we begin the holiday weekend, and kick off the end-of-year festivities, I wanted to take a moment to say “thank you” to all of our faithful readers, bloggers and support team that makes the ELL possible.  An article I read recently

By: Paul Kehoe and Larry Lorber

Please see the recent One Minute Memo (here) from our colleagues in Washington D.C.  In this piece, the authors analyze the real world implications of President Obama’s recent Executive Order entitled “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” that, among other directives, requires prospective federal contractors to disclose “any

As previously blogged about, the American Bar Association is holding its annual competition for the 100 best legal blogs and Seyfarth’s Employment Law Lookout Blog is in the running.

Whether you are an avid reader of our timely legal and news updates, enjoy our complimentary webinars, or simply utilize our legal resources page, we would

The American Bar Association is holding its annual competition for the 100 best legal blogs and Seyfarth’s Employment Law Lookout Blog is in the running.

Whether you are an avid reader of our timely legal and news updates, enjoy our complimentary webinars, or simply utilize our legal resources page, we would greatly appreciate your support

Employment Law Lookout readers — today marks the one year anniversary of the Employment Law Lookout Blog.  Since we started on July 17, 2013, we have published well over a hundred articles (featuring over 70 talented Seyfarth authors) on topics as wide ranging as Leave and Accommodation issues, to Social Media, to Whistleblower issues.  We’ve