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If you want to be able to argue that your honest belief justifies your decision, you better be able to support your claim. Read More
This case will be fascinating to follow, much more so for the religious implications than for the pregnancy discrimination implications. Read More
This enforcement guidance is required reading for any business that takes arrest or conviction records into consideration in any employment decision.Read More
The EEOC and I disagree on a lot. Yet, on this issue, we are on the same page.Read More
I remain convinced, as I've pointed out before, that I can walk into any company and find a wage-and-hour violation. Read More
Does 'The Bachelor' skew white? Absolutely. Are there other reality shows that skew black, or Latino, or gay? You bet.
The April 30 deadline for posting the NLRB's employee rights notice is hanging on by a fingernail. It could take into next year before these issues work their way through the circuit courts, not to mention a likely appeal to the Supreme Court.Read More
Your organization is not a hockey team, but there is a lesson to learn from Peter Laviolette. If you have your employees' backs, they will reciprocate.Read More
Welcome to our new Workforce blog, the Practical Employer. And meet our new blogger, employment law expert Jon Hyman. His debut post addresses the touchy topic of where Internet Protocol awareness starts. It should begin, he says, with a clear set of policies and agreements that prioritize the confidentiality of your information and data.