Employment Law Round Up – May 2022

Emily Parkin

Our monthly employment law round up. Employment Bill conspicuous by its absence from Queen’s Speech For the second year in a row the Queen’s Speech, which outlines the UK Government’s legislative agenda for the year ahead, has failed to mention the Employment Bill (“the Bill”).  The Bill had been introduced […]

California’s Draft On Use Of AI For Employment Decisions

Emily Parkin

California is considering new regulations on the use of technology or artificial intelligence (AI) to screen job candidates or make other employment decisions. If the regulations become law, California would be the first state to adopt substantive restrictions specifically addressing this emerging, and often misunderstood, technology. Background AI generally refers to […]

Top 10 Reasons Why Employees Sue Their Employers

Emily Parkin

Many employment lawsuits could be prevented if employers focused on certain aspects of their workplace environment and recognized employee warning signs. While not every employment-related lawsuit is avoidable, employers can reduce litigation risk by identifying and understanding these top reasons why employees sue their employers. 1. My boss doesn’t listen. Employee […]