With the pandemic continuing to impact every-day operations of most businesses, opportunities to take advantage of the flexible spending account relief offered in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (“CAA”),
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When an employee termination is on the table, employers know that a supporting investigation is important, as we recently discussed on GT’s The Performance Review podcast, available here. A
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In Episode 6 of GT’s The Performance Review Podcast, hosts Ryan Bykerk and Philip Person discuss workplace investigations with Mike Mason, Global Head Workplace Relations for PayPal.

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Although California generally prohibits non-competition agreements, employers have commonly understood that they could prevent an employee and his or her new employer from using former employers’ confidential information. A recent
Continue Reading California Appellate Court Decision Challenges Enforceability of Employment Agreement Overbroad Confidentiality Provisions

On Nov. 30, 2020, the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) approved Cal-OSHA’s emergency Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) safety regulations (Regulations). Since then, Cal-OSHA has issued a model prevention program and
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In Episode 5 of GT’s The Performance Review Podcast, hosts Ryan Bykerk and Philip Person explore the intersection of employment and white collar crime with Greenberg Traurig’s Todd Pickles, former
Continue Reading GT’s The Performance Review Podcast Episode 5: Crime Doesn’t Pay: White Collar Crime in the Workplace