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  • Podcast: How Law Firms Combat the Great Resignation (Part 2)

    The Coronavirus’s impact on workplaces has led to what many are calling “The Great Resignation.” It’s impacting every industry nationwide, leaving many employers scrambling to retain and replace employees. In this second installment, we’ll discuss strategies for improving workplace culture, staying nimble, and empowering employees to be their authentic selves.

  • Employee Retention Paramount in ‘Great Resignation’ Age

    Chair of McGlinchey's Labor and Employment team Magdalen Blessey Bickford (New Orleans) spoke with Law 360 about the 'Great Resignation', including steps employers can take to attract and retain employees in a tight labor market.

  • A labor lawyer breaks down the complicated relationship between Starbucks and its growing union

    Chair of McGlinchey's Labor and Employment team Magdalen Blessey Bickford (New Orleans) spoke with Nation's Restaurant News about the legal complications of the struggle between Starbucks and its unionized employees, including issues of contract negotiation, union busting, unfair labor practices, and union elections.

  • Podcast: NFL’s Rooney Rule: The Flores Discrimination Suit’s Impact on DEI initiatives

    The NFL designed the Rooney Rule in 2002 to increase the recruitment of ethnic minorities in coaching positions. But recently, former Miami Dolphins head coach, Brian Flores, filed a collective action lawsuit against the NFL and all 32 of its teams alleging racial discrimination in hiring. What impact does this discrimination case have on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives moving forward?

  • Federal Judge Strikes Down FAA Mask Mandate

    Major airlines and airports are dropping their mask requirements following a federal court ruling that struck down the federal government’s mask mandates for public transportation.

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