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Contractors Required to Post Notice About Union Activities
As of June 19, 2010, nearly all government contractors
and subcontractors will be required to post conspicuous notices informing
employees of their rights under...
Let's start with the obvious: it is illegal in Ohio for an employer to discriminate against an employee because of the employee's disability. It is not always easy to figure out who this proscription covers, because Ohio's statute (R.C. 4112) and the federal statute (the ADA) have their own...
Any decision issued by the Supreme Court in an employment case is newsworthy. Thus, even though Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church & School v. EEOC [pdf] concerns the viability and applicability of the narrow ministerial exception under Title VII, it is still worthy of discussion.