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By Samantha P. McDonald
May 22 drew crowds of government officials, area executives, project professionals, and the press with the groundbreaking for Worcester's new Kelley Square Market
By Lynette Paczkowski
In 2004, then-University of New England President Sandra Featherman authored a piece for NEJHE (then called Connection) headlined "Emotional Rescue" ...
By Lynette Paczkowski
In 2004, then-University of New England President Sandra Featherman authored a piece for NEJHE (then called Connection) headlined "Emotional Rescue" and focusing on how a new generation...
By Anthony Dragga
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), employees who work more than 40 hours per week must be paid overtime unless they fall under one of several exemptions.
By AiVi Nguyen
10) Understand why it's important. Inclusion is not just the right thing to do, it's a strategic business move.
By Lynette Paczkowski
In the Northern District of Indiana, the University of Notre Dame successfully obtained a dismissal of the Plaintiff's Title IX claim in a case with an unusual circumstance: the alleged victim wanted...
By Andrew Bartholomew
The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission of Massachusetts (ABCC) recently issued an advisory regarding the use of marijuana in alcoholic beverages.
By Timothy Van Dyck
The Harvey Weinstein scandal has struck a nerve in American society and empowered individuals to speak out about sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace.
By Timothy Van Dyck
The Harvey Weinstein scandal drew national attention, and although it struck a nerve with American society, it has empowered individuals to speak out about sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace. Van Dyck offers advice and several contract clauses that employers and their boards should consider in the wake of the Weinstein scandal.
By Ariel G. Sullivan
The time has come for employers to make a harassment-free work environment a priority as opposed to a back-burner issue.
By Chelsie A. Vokes
While most of us were sleeping during the early hours of Friday, October 27, Massachusetts' State Senators were busy reforming our criminal justice system.
By Lynette Paczkowski
A quick internet search reveals that most colleges and universities not only have a campus safety and security department, but also have a mission statement for that department.
By Matthew A. Morris
On April 19, 2018, the Commonwealth's Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development announced that Governor Baker submitted a list of Opportunity Zone designations to the U.S. Treasury.
By Michael P. Angelini
Mike Angelini was quoted by the Worcester Business Journal in, "Organizations Should Think Ahead When Lining Up Their Next Leader."
By Chelsie A. Vokes
New York has been busy cracking down on sexual harassment in the workplace. First, on April 12, 2018, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the New York State Budget Bill for Fiscal Year 2019 into law.
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