Have Faith in Your Discrimination Policies
By Kristin Casler featuring Christina Stoneburner , Fox Rothschild; Peter Murphy, Shipman & Goodwin LLP -- Given the amount of time we spend on the job, it’s no surprise that our religious beliefs, or lack of them, make their way into the workplace. Yet, integration of work and...
2 Mar 2015
Age Discrimination: New Wrinkles on the Face of an Old Law
The gist of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA), while chockablock with numerous and sundry nuanced provisions, remains alive and kicking: “Bosses can’t fire Grandpa for being old.” While the essence survives, application of the Act in the workplace and litigation...
1 Nov 2014
Wage & Hour: What Does 2014 Hold for Employers?
While employers might think they are in for a quiet year, some legal experts say to expect a time of “significant changes to workplace policy” from all levels of government. With the government weighing in on everything from the minimum wage to whether workers should be paid to change clothes...
17 Mar 2014
Year-Old EEOC Strategy: Is It Showing Up in New Claims?
Nearly a year ago the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) approved its Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2012 – 2016 establishing priorities and integrating components of EEOC’s private, public, and federal sector enforcement. The purpose of the plan is to focus and coordinate...
3 Nov 2013
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