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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

Keep Calm and Carry On: How Brexit Will Affect American Businesses

With many media channels and American businesses still wondering about Brexit, we wanted to cut through the noise and answer questions about recent UK and EU developments and what impact they might have (or might not have) on U.S. multinational companies. With a calming message of “Keep Calm and Carry On,” our cross-practice panel of London and U.S. employment, data privacy, and international arbitration practitioners explain how to navigate a post-Brexit/post-GDPR world. 

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  • 12
  • June
  • 2018

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Reconsidering Workplace Rules That Your Lawyer Told You to Drop

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, employment lawyers like myself were warning our clients about certain policies and workplace rules that, despite being once considered common-sensical, had become potentially worrisome. Policies such as “Employees are not allowed take pictures or videos at our refinery”; “Do not disclose confidential financial data or other non-public proprietary information”; and “Employees may not make negative or disparaging comments about fellow workers” had suddenly become problematic because an employee might reasonably construe the rule to prohibit activities protected under the National Labor Relations Act.

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New Year's Resolutions for Modern Workplace Readers

If you’re a frequent reader of the Modern Workplace blog, there’s a good chance you’re involved in human resources and employee relations in some capacity, perhaps as in-house counsel, HR manager, or outside attorney or consultant. In keeping with a tradition for our blog, the Modern Workplace editorial staff has put together a set of New Year’s resolutions for our readers who can impact workplace policies and procedures for 2018.

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  • 14
  • November
  • 2017

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The Challenges of "Scanning" In and Out

As technology advances, so do the means by which employers manage their employees, including such non-glamorous tasks as tracking employee time. Some users have begun using biometric scanning technology (i.e., devices that utilize fingerprints, handprints, retinal data, or face-recognition technology) to track employee hours. But this technology is giving some employers headaches and leading to new types of lawsuits.

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Contributors

Thomas H. Wilson

Thomas H. Wilson Partner

Christopher V. Bacon

Christopher V. Bacon Counsel

Sean Becker

Sean Becker Partner

Stephen M. Jacobson

Stephen M. Jacobson Partner

Martin C. Luff

Martin Luff Counsel

Lawrence S. Elbaum Partner