Mother's Day is long past, but you'd never know it -- in
employment law, this has been the Week of the Moms. Here's a roundup - tell us
what you think!
First up: Title VII's
ban on pregnancy discrimination includes discrimination...
Last spring I had the honor of talking
about equal pay legislation with Stephanie Thomas on her podcast The
Proactive Employer . My counterpart and the star of the show was Lilly
Yes. That Lilly Ledbetter. Lilly Ledbetter of the
It seems like such an insignificant little case, but it's
really a can of exploding
An Illinois woman who was terminated
after she was caught working during her lunch period has won her claim for
unemployment. (The employer said that...
As you all know, the Americans with Disabilities Act excludes "current users of illegal drugs" from protection. Meaning that an employer is free to take action against applicants or employees based on their current use of illegal drugs.
After a great holiday feast, isn't it fun just to eat the leftovers? Like a nice, cold roast beast sandwich with a wedge of leftover pie? Yum!
Here are some great labor and employment blog "leftovers" from the holidays that I hope...
Jon Hyman , among others, has already written an eloquent critique of the
latest report from the Office of the General Counsel of the National Labor
Relations Board on social media and protected concerted activity, and Dan
Remember that one little bone that the National Labor Relations Board threw to employers on social media policies? The guidance was generally atrocious, but in the last memorandum of the Acting General Counsel a policy developed by Walmart was approved...