Two of the brands in the top slots may come as a surprise.
JVC Co-Hosting Webinar on How Not To Get Sued
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee and Greenwald Doherty will talk about safety issues related to COVID-19, the legalities of layoffs and more.
New York—The Jewelers Vigilance Committee is teaming up with an employment law firm to host a webinar on avoiding employment lawsuits in these unprecedented times.
The session is scheduled to take place via Zoom on Nov. 17.
Attorneys from the JVC will co-host with lawyers from Greenwald Doherty LLP, a boutique labor and employment law firm with offices in six states.
The presentation will cover a number of key issues employers are facing today that could lead to lawsuits.
Topics to be covered include:
— Accommodating employees with disabilities;
— What to consider when terminating, laying off or furloughing employees;
— Safety-related matters pertaining to COVID-19; and
— Harassment, discrimination and retaliation concerns.
In addition, the speakers will discuss special wage and hour considerations related to remote work and leave-related issues.
The “Common Employee Lawsuits and How To Avoid Them” webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m. EDT.
Register at this Zoom link.
“American Gemstones” wants to raise appreciation of the stones, and those who mine and cut them, even more.
The platform helps jewelers manage and track repairs via their website and allows customers to place orders online.
A tantalizingly beautiful and carbon-neutral choice, Swarovski Created Diamonds are an extension of the beloved brand’s personality and value.
It’s a whimsical update to a classic riviere.
Tiffany executive Mark Jacheet will succeed Lussier, who officially steps down in April.
The boutique tradeshow, happening first in Tucson then New York City, brings together upscale designers from around the world.
National Jeweler chats with three colored stone dealers on recent buying activity and what that could mean for the upcoming gem shows.