Employers navigate a host of challenging workplace issues, from complying with rapidly changing federal and state laws, to managing diverse and geographically dispersed workforces, to mitigating litigation risk.
With the launch of a new series of Morgan Lewis online videos—Employment Notes and Opinions Worldwide (Employment NOW for short)—our market-leading team makes staying ahead of today’s labor and employment challenges engaging and easy.
Morgan Lewis partner Harry Johnson hosts the first video in the series, “To Record or Not to Record,” which examines the sometimes tumultuous intersection between companies’ “bring your own device” policies and the National Labor Relations Act.
“Increased Scrutiny of Independent Contractor Relationships,” the second episode in the series, features partners Michael Puma and Harry Johnson discussing recent developments that have led to increased scrutiny of independent contractors, as well as steps that companies can take to reduce the risk of contractor misclassification.
Future episodes will cover the US Department of Labor’s persuader regulations, managing disruptive whistleblowers, diversity and inclusion, and workplace training, among other topics.
Visit our online portal to watch the Employment NOW video series, and subscribe to receive updates as new videos are launched.
Designed for busy in-house labor and employment counsel, HR executives and personnel, and others interested in compliance matters, each Employment NOW episode features a Morgan Lewis thought leader delivering quick, hard-hitting insights into the latest developments and compliance options for organizations.
“Each episode features subject matter specialists from our team providing timely tips on a topic of the highest concern for employers,” said Morgan Lewis partner Harry Johnson, who spearheads the series. “The videos are short, many with graphics to illustrate key points, and unfold in a conversational style, so you can get the highlights on your commute or during your coffee break.”
Morgan Lewis’s award-winning team of 330+ practitioners focuses on labor, employment, executive compensation, and benefits matters for employers around the world. We strive to understand each of our clients’ businesses and the unique, industry-specific regulatory and competitive pressures they face. We approach workplace challenges with an eye toward innovative solutions that give companies a competitive edge. Learn more about our Labor, Employment & Benefits team.