Let’s get this out of the way first: Millennials have been such a frequent topic in hiring discussions recently that managers are admitting to being positively fatigued by the word. If you’re in that camp, it may come as good news that soon it won’t even be the right word when we’re talking about yo
On Monday, May 21, 2018, the Supreme Court issued a split 5-4 decision (along party lines) regarding the enforcement of arbitration agreement clauses prohibiting employees from seeking class or collective action for certain employment claims, in this case, FLSA claims.
The tall tales are still being told; in schools, in the media, in conversation. We’re constantly hearing false stories about the work we do and the products we produce. But interestingly, and perhaps optimistically, it typically takes just one good chat to help a dissenter understand that those of
Last month, NAWLA held its Spring Wood Basics course at Virginia Tech where more than 30 attendees learned the ins and outs of the forest products industry. Below, Mandy Wong, a member of NAWLA's operations staff, recaps her experience attending Wood Basics for the first time.