Seyfarth Synopsis: If you’re feeling a little déjà vu regarding the issues your company is facing with returning to work, you are not alone. As the lingering global pandemic continues to wreak havoc on operations for companies across the Midwest, employers continue to face the daily challenges at each new stage of the pandemic.

Join our panel of COVID-19
Continue Reading Webinar: Shifting Return to Work Issues: Challenges and Solutions For Midwest Employers

By Christina Jaremus and William Hampshire

Seyfarth Synopsis: Seyfarth Shaw recently hosted a webinar entitled The Future of the World of Work. During part one of this special two-part series, Futurist Ross Dawson, who is one of the world’s leading thinkers on the future of work, discussed the big trends shaping the future of workforces. As a conclusion
Continue Reading The Future of Work is Flexibility

By Jaclyn GrossPatrick D. JoyceBernard Olshansky, and Chantelle C. Egan

Seyfarth Synopsis: During the COVID-19 pandemic, California grocery, drug store, and other front-line workers have continued to sell essential products, stock shelves, clean buildings, and otherwise keep our economy moving. Several cities and counties have taken action—often in hap-hazard ways—to force the employers of these
Continue Reading Hap-Hazard Pay: COVID-19 Hazard Pay Ordinances

By Loren Gesinsky and Samuel I. Rubinstein

Seyfarth Synopsis: With telework seeming like the new normal for many, employers and employees have been wondering whether pandemic telework will be seen as creating a presumptive right to post-pandemic telework as a reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities. On September 8, 2020, the EEOC answered “no” to this burning question in its
Continue Reading Pandemic Telework Does Not Create Presumptive Right to Telework Post-Pandemic According to EEOC

By Katherine F. Mendez and Samantha L. Brooks

Seyfarth Synopsis: In our fifth installment on the presidential candidates’ stances on future of work issues, we provide an update from the campaign trail and Capitol Hill.

In our fourth installment in our “where the presidential candidates stand” series, we discussed the candidates’ and the President’s positions on preparing and training
Continue Reading The Future of Work: An Update from the Campaign Trail and the Hill (Spoiler Alert: COVID-19 is Taking Center Stage)