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Twitter’s Employment Troubles
Twitter’s Employment Troubles

Elon Musk’s chaotic takeover of Twitter has consumed the news—and the Twittersphere—for weeks now. Musk’s “free speech absolutist” position invited controversy over the limits of free speech and the ethical obligations of social media companies. Musk also attracted attention ...

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    Should Illinois codify in its state constitution a right to form labor unions and collectively bargain over terms of employment? A coalition of ...

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  • The Brave New World of Employment Agreements: Ending Forced Arbitration

    Rep. Cheri Bustos, Kristen Prinz, Scott D'Angelo, Christie Hefner. On October 11, 2022, Kristen Prinz participated in a panel discussion moderated by ...

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  • How to Handle Long COVID at Work

    After COVID-19 changed the landscape of the American workplace, its step-sister “Long COVID” is now threatening to do the same. As a result of COVID’s ...

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  • Chicago to Enforce Stronger Sexual Harassment Regulations

    As of July 1, 2022, Chicago employers and businesses licensed to perform work in the city will be subject to the City of Chicago’s expanded sexual ...

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    In both U.S. employment law and cultural norms, a lot has changed for LGBTQ+ people in the past few decades. The conversation below between founder of ...

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  • Unlimited PTO: Perk or Peril?

    In the midst of the current “Great Resignation,” employers are trying to devise new ways to entice talent to stay with them. Companies are ...

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  • Does Working from Home Benefit Mental Health or Harm It?

    The COVID-19 pandemic gave rise to a new working model in which homes became offices, and sometimes even one’s bedroom became a workstation. Now ...

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  • Elicitation: What Is It and How Can You Use It to Your Advantage?

    Elicitation is the subtle art of obtaining desired information from a person without posing direct questions. Both dialogue and non-verbal cues are ...

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    Anyone who has ever planned a group activity knows that you can’t please everyone. When it comes to team-building events in the workplace, however, ...

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