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Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Topic of the Week

Retaliation for Union Activity/Collective Action

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Blog of the Week

How Workplace Rights Could Change for Remote Workers

In every civil society, certain rights have been put in place to guarantee equity and fairness for all. The same goes for every workplace. Every employee has certain rights that they are entitled to that provide a safe and non-toxic environment where they can thrive and excel.

Thought for the Week

"With many companies operating remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever for sexual harassment policies to explicitly prohibit harassment across all forms of digital communication and media to account for all the ways people can interact with each other virtually."

–Edgar Ndjatou | WF Director

List of the Week

from Center For Economic & Policy Research

Disability and Employment in the Time of Coronavirus

  • Majority of people ages 18 to 64 with disabilities were not employed between April and June of 2019.
  • The EPOP gap between those with and without disabilities continues to hover at around 40%.
  • The decline in EPOP during the pandemic has been much more pronounced among those with ambulatory, independent living, and personal care difficulties.

Top Five News Headlines

  1. 167k workers added to private payrolls in July as US labor market rebound slowed: ADP
  2. Workers find ‘better’ jobs for their qualifications when unemployment insurance is extended, according to new study
  3. Court Ruling Could Prove Costly, Remove Home Care Agencies from FFCRA ‘Exemption List’
  4. KY women alleged hiring discrimination by Walmart. Retail giant to pay $20 million.
  5. Physician Late Career Policies Under EEOC Attack