Nov 28, 2018
Investing in the development of human capital can prove to be an
invaluable asset for a company looking to grow and innovate.
What should employers know about current employment law trends in
order to build advantageous relationships with their workforce?
Joining us to explore 4 major areas of employment law issues in
multinational companies, namely, arbitration clauses, remote
workforces, equal pay, and the gig economy, is Morgan Forsey.
Morgan is a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group at
Sheppard Mullin and is co-Office Managing Partner of the San
Francisco office. Morgan handles all facets of labor and employment
What We Discuss in this Episode:
- The use of arbitration clauses in employment agreements
- The United States Supreme Court’s 2018 landmark Epic
Systems Corp. v. Lewis permitting class action waivers in
- Public, private and state legislative reaction to the newly
settled wide latitude enforcing employment arbitration
- Whether Epic Systems will diminish the economic impact
surrounding potential employment class action claims?
- The impact of arbitration clauses and settlement agreements in
the Me Too era
- What is a remote workforce and what human capital impacts does
the C-Suite need to navigate in this 21st Century employment
- Protecting corporate property across an international remote
- Why equal pay is here to stay
- How employers can protect themselves auditing equal pay and
making positive remedial change
- How the 21st Century gig economy is highlighting old
conversations around independent contractors?
- How the current world assesses whether a workforce is employee
or independent contractor based
Epic Systems Corp. v.
California Assembly Bill 3080
Morgan’s Sheppard Mullin attorney profile
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