|Jan. 23, 2019 | www.fisherphillips.com|
We all face uncertain economic times. As everyone knows, the federal government has passed the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) creating huge sources of funds to pay for various projects to "stimulate" the economy. Many companies, are now considering entering into contractual relationships with the federal government as contractors or subcontractors. The money is good! Invariably it comes with many strings attached.
Burger King is not necessarily the only place you can get it "your way." We believe that it's possible to have a more productive and committed work force and no union at the same time.
Some say that life is at its best when you are able to combine your work with something that you love. For those of us in the labor and employment world who love movies, what better way to celebrate movie awards season than by reviewing some of the best (and worst) films, all of which have labor and employment law themes? In light of the upcoming Academy Awards presentation this month, and with a tip of the hat to Oscar, here is our listing from the First Labor and Employment Awards.