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Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.

Littler Labor & Employment Podcast Littler Labor & Employment Podcast

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Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.

    133 - Littler’s CKO and Cornell Law Students Discuss How Tech Training Enhances the Practice of Law

    133 - Littler’s CKO and Cornell Law Students Discuss How Tech Training Enhances the Practice of Law

    In this podcast, Littler’s Chief Knowledge Officer, Scott Rechtschaffen, talks with his Cornell Law School students about the potential for lawyers to use software to develop practical tools for the delivery of legal services. During their semester, the students experienced how to take their growing knowledge of the law, identify a problem, coordinate with subject matter and technical experts, and create a legal app designed to assist users, who might be either clients or fellow attorneys. Students share how the class broadened their understanding of programming and how such apps can make the legal practice more efficient, less expensive, and more accessible for more people, such as through client intake, organization of case data, or educational apps that teach potential clients about legal issues. The group also brainstorms on how future applications could create innovations in various practice areas.

    • 29分
    132 - How to Prepare for an OSHA Inspection

    132 - How to Prepare for an OSHA Inspection

    As the complexity of OSHA inspections increase and penalties rise, employers need to ensure that they are fully prepared for such site visits. In this podcast, Littler’s Brad Hammock, co-chair of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health practice group, discusses steps employers can take to prepare their worksites for when OSHA “comes knocking.” From initial compliance to developing a written protocol for managing the inspection process, this podcast describes the key components for navigating an OSHA inspection.

    • 11分
    131 - California’s Continued Reaction to #MeToo Two Years Later – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    131 - California’s Continued Reaction to #MeToo Two Years Later – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    Helene Wasserman, Los Angeles-based Littler Shareholder and Trial Practice Group Co-Chair, reflects on some good, bad, and ugly impacts of the #MeToo movement since its inception, including recent legislative developments affecting California employers in particular. Discussing training, arbitration agreements, and the extended statute of limitations for FEHA claims with Littler Learning Group’s Marissa Dragoo, Helene provides insights and guidance for California employers as we move into the third year of the cemented #MeToo movement.

    • 9分
    130 - Developing New Leadership Mindsets in the Age of Acceleration

    130 - Developing New Leadership Mindsets in the Age of Acceleration

    In this podcast, Natalie Pierce, co-chair of Littler’s Robotics, AI and Automation Practice Group and Diversity and Inclusion Council, discusses with Tania de Jong AM the intersection of diversity and inclusion efforts with advancing technologies, such as robotics and AI. Tania is the Founder and Executive Producer of Creative Innovation Global, as well as an international soprano singer, speaker, and one of Australia’s most successful female entrepreneurs and innovators.

    Natalie and Tania address how to foster diversity and inclusion in the greater context of helping workforces and societies as a whole better withstand technological changes, disruption, and uncertainty. They explore how global workforces can successfully manage, prepare, and develop innovative, agile company cultures for a rapidly changing world and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which will require human intelligence 2.0 skills and new leadership mindsets. Their fascinating discussion covers how organizations can excel in successfully implementing changes, reskilling, and retraining during an accelerated time of adoption.

    You can hear more from Tania at www.taniadejong.com.

    • 27分
    129 - The Effects of Using AI to Assess Applicants in the Netherlands and EU

    129 - The Effects of Using AI to Assess Applicants in the Netherlands and EU

    Natalie Pierce, co-chair of Littler's Robotics, AI and Automation Practice group and Eric van Dam from Littler's office in Amsterdam (CLINT Littler), discuss the exciting opportunities and challenges resulting from the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in HR decision-making and reporting. Specific examples are provided of companies that are experiencing success in employing AI into such functions as recruitment and hiring, and the benefits – such as maximizing your talent pool and productivity efficiencies – that can be garnered for employers.

    Natalie and Eric explore how to overcome impediments to adoption, such as algorithmic bias, and what organizations can do to mitigate those risks. They review the intersection of AI with privacy rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the critical role of transparency in the integration of AI tools. The podcast addresses all these issues and considers the repercussions through the lens of European Union and Dutch law.

    • 20分
    128 - Collaborative Robots: Progress, Potential and Overcoming Challenges for Adoption

    128 - Collaborative Robots: Progress, Potential and Overcoming Challenges for Adoption

    Natalie Pierce, the Co-Chair of Littler's Robotics, AI, and Automation Practice Group and Guillaume Desmoulin of Littler's Paris office (Fromont Briens) discuss collaborative robots – or cobots. They explain cobots’ increasing integration into the workforce in both the United States and Europe and identify growth opportunities in several industries. Natalie and Guillaume also explore how businesses can utilize robots in their various forms to increase productivity and safety, while avoiding potential risks.

    • 21分

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