Cox Law Firm, LLC

Helping you navigate professional relationships. Beginning, maintaining, and ending professional relationships with balance and benefit to you. Kenyatta P. Mrs.

Cox is the founder of Cox Law Firm. Cox enjoys helping people navigate workplace issues.

04/01/2022

I have a business podcast called: Nail the Deal.
The podcast is a collaboration with a Negotiation Workshop that will launch soon. Nail the Deal podcast has a cool concept that I think you'll enjoy. Go Subscribe and listen to the intro episode on Spotify.

01/17/2022
Judge Dismisses Hospital Workers’ Lawsuit Over Mandatory Vaccinations 06/14/2021

Judge Dismisses Hospital Workers’ Lawsuit Over Mandatory Vaccinations

A federal judge in Texas upheld a hospital system's mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy by dismissing a lawsuit that claimed vaccines against the coronavirus are experimental.

Judge Dismisses Hospital Workers’ Lawsuit Over Mandatory Vaccinations A federal judge in Texas upheld a hospital system’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy by dismissing a lawsuit that claimed vaccines against the coronavirus are experimental.

05/11/2021

Cox Law Firm, LLC is celebrating FOUR years!

04/13/2021

Woo Hah, today is
"International Be Kind to Lawyer's Day!" So, show your favorite lawyers some love.

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International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.

International Women’s Day was yesterday! Here’s to celebrating contributions to society, raising awareness and inspiring support for organizations that help women globally. ✌🏾

01/18/2021
12/23/2020
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December + Continuing Legal Education courses= my thing. Today, I'm taking a couple courses remotely, and remembering when I used to attend in person.

How to Help Survivors of Domestic Violence in the Pandemic 10/14/2020

How to Help Survivors of Domestic Violence in the Pandemic

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Share in the awareness. 💜

How to Help Survivors of Domestic Violence in the Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the risk of domestic violence and made it more difficult for employers to detect when an employee has been harmed.

Many States Require Employers to Provide Time Off to Vote 10/14/2020

Many States Require Employers to Provide Time Off to Vote

Many States Require Employers to Provide Time Off to Vote Here's what employers need to know about voting-leave laws ahead of Election Day on Nov. 3.

Photos from Cox Law Firm, LLC's post 09/21/2020

We mourn the passing of SCOTUS Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

EEOC Issues Guidance on Employee Opioid Use and the Americans With Disabilities Act 09/11/2020

EEOC Issues Guidance on Employee Opioid Use and the Americans With Disabilities Act

: "the ADA may require employers to reasonably accommodate employees who are currently using opioids, are addicted to opioids, or were addicted to opioids in the past, but are not currently using drugs illegally.”

EEOC Issues Guidance on Employee Opioid Use and the Americans With Disabilities Act Amid the United States’ growing opioid crisis, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued new guidance on employers’ obligations under the Americans

How to Make the Most of Your Time Off During COVID-19 09/02/2020

How to Make the Most of Your Time Off During COVID-19

: “[E]veryone needs a break, regardless of their work situation."

How to Make the Most of Your Time Off During COVID-19 Plus some creative ideas!

Women got the right to vote 100 years ago, but the battle for equality is not over 08/18/2020

Women got the right to vote 100 years ago, but the battle for equality is not over

In the news...

Women got the right to vote 100 years ago, but the battle for equality is not over Sen. Kamala Harris made history this week as the first woman of color to be on a major party’s presidential ticket. This comes 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Rehema Ellis looks at the discrimina...

Well-Being Programs, Voluntary Benefits Help Stressed Employees Cope 07/23/2020

Well-Being Programs, Voluntary Benefits Help Stressed Employees Cope

: "Employers who understand their employees' experience and needs—and take action to help their employees manage the challenges they face inside and outside of work—will have a more engaged, productive, and successful workforce."

Well-Being Programs, Voluntary Benefits Help Stressed Employees Cope Employers are investing more of their benefits budgets in well-being programs and voluntary benefits offerings to help alleviate employees' financial and emotional stress, and they expect to continue doing so.

Photos from Cox Law Firm, LLC's post 07/20/2020

Remembering Civil Rights Icons: Congressman John Lewis and Rev. C.T. Vivian. Long live their legacies!

The $600 weekly unemployment benefit likely ends next week—here's how some are bracing for the drop in aid 07/16/2020

The $600 weekly unemployment benefit likely ends next week—here's how some are bracing for the drop in aid

I've posted before about Covid -19's impact on employment and the new normal. My favorite quote from this article hones in on development—new skill, new job, etc... : "Expecting government assistance “most certainly hasn’t made us lazy. It has given us enough of a break from worry for us to work on figuring out a new business model."

The $600 weekly unemployment benefit likely ends next week—here's how some are bracing for the drop in aid A host of emergency coronavirus relief measures that have extended a lifeline to tens of millions of Americans during the pandemic are set to expire at the end of July.

06/26/2020

A bit of humor about restrictive covenants. ☺️

Rebuilding Employment: What Burning Glass Big Data On Job Openings Reveal 06/23/2020

Rebuilding Employment: What Burning Glass Big Data On Job Openings Reveal

:" take classes online and use the time to gain new skills, especially workers who have the cushion of unemployment insurance. 'When employers start hiring back up, they won’t necessarily hire the workers they let go,' 'Instead, they will be looking for people with the skills that will be needed for the future.'"

Rebuilding Employment: What Burning Glass Big Data On Job Openings Reveal The data analytics firm Burning Glass tracks 3.4 million job listings daily. Its recent findings reveal current and projected job openings, and will guide our economic recovery.

Supreme Court grants federal job protections to gay, le***an, transgender workers 06/17/2020

Supreme Court grants federal job protections to gay, le***an, transgender workers

: This week, the U.S. Supreme Court made a huge statement. I'm wondering if I'll see more cases, regarding employment discrimination and religious liberty.

Supreme Court grants federal job protections to gay, le***an, transgender workers The ruling came in three cases involving two gay men and a transgender woman from Georgia, New York and Michigan.

How to have more productive conversations about race in the workplace 06/11/2020

How to have more productive conversations about race in the workplace

: Open, honest conversations with employees about inequality are an important part of organizational reform.

How to have more productive conversations about race in the workplace Do talk about racism at work. Don't ask Black employees to fix it.

05/18/2020

I’m still working exclusively from home. 🙃Welcome to my Home Office.

05/06/2020

Wednesday Wisdom

How New Grads Can Look for Their First Jobs During the Pandemic 04/16/2020

How New Grads Can Look for Their First Jobs During the Pandemic

Job search tips...

How New Grads Can Look for Their First Jobs During the Pandemic Here are six steps you can take to find work.

Poll Results, Part 1: Telework in the Time of COVID-19 04/08/2020

Poll Results, Part 1: Telework in the Time of COVID-19

Where are you teleworking?

Poll Results, Part 1: Telework in the Time of COVID-19 We asked you to tell us about your experience teleworking during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's Part 1 of your responses.

Many Employers Must Offer Paid Leave Under Coronavirus Relief Law 03/27/2020

Many Employers Must Offer Paid Leave Under Coronavirus Relief Law

In the news...

Many Employers Must Offer Paid Leave Under Coronavirus Relief Law A new federal law will provide paid leave to employees who miss work for certain coronavirus-related reasons. As we wait on guidance and interpretation from the Department of Labor, here is some information to help employers prepare.

Supreme Court Sides with Employee Who Said He Didn’t Read ERISA Disclosures 03/10/2020

Supreme Court Sides with Employee Who Said He Didn’t Read ERISA Disclosures

Actual knowledge vs. Constructive knowledge

Supreme Court Sides with Employee Who Said He Didn’t Read ERISA Disclosures A former Intel employee can proceed with a lawsuit alleging that the company's retirement plan committee breached fiduciary duties by making poor investments—even though the committee argued that he waited too long to bring the claim.

03/09/2020

International Women’s Day was yesterday! Here’s to celebrating contributions to society, raising awareness and inspiring support for organizations that help women globally. ✌🏾

02/10/2020

Just in time for Valentine’s Day: consensual relationship agreements. 👍 or 👎to dating a co-worker.

Coronavirus Concerns in the Workplace 02/04/2020

Coronavirus Concerns in the Workplace

Workplace Tuesday Tip: wash your hands frequently and sneeze into your elbow.

Coronavirus Concerns in the Workplace With reported cases of coronavirus in the United States, U.S. employers and employees are starting to get worried. What steps can employers take to prevent its spread? Should there be travel restrictions for employees in the U.S. who are traveling abroad?

At 102, Indiana's oldest state employee says this is the secret to his long success 01/30/2020

At 102, Indiana's oldest state employee says this is the secret to his long success

"Bob Vollmer says he is finally ready to retire.”

At 102, Indiana's oldest state employee says this is the secret to his long success Bob Vollmer, 102, says he is finally ready to retire on Feb. 6 after nearly six decades working as a land surveyor. Despite having good genes (his mother lived until 108) and eating well, Vollmer credits this passion to his longevity.

01/20/2020

At the Cox Law Firm, I enjoy the daily work of helping my clients speak up and seek restoration after experiencing prejudice and discrimination. It is important to treat others well—today and every day. Serve on MLK Day & Beyond. ❤️

Timeline photos 01/13/2020

A guilty pleasure of mine—rereading books. 🤓 I’m rereading this book on Negotiations because I always find something new. ❤️

Photos from Cox Law Firm, LLC's post 01/07/2020

BTS: my mediation must haves—sticky notes + good tea. ☺️

AI: Discriminatory Data In, Discrimination Out 01/06/2020

AI: Discriminatory Data In, Discrimination Out

A new perspective on whether AI algorithms can result in discrimination.

AI: Discriminatory Data In, Discrimination Out Artificial intelligence (AI), increasingly used in recruiting, might inadvertently discriminate against women and minorities if the data fed into it is flawed.

01/02/2020

Happy New Year!

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