This decision is consistent with that of the 6th Circuit in EEOC v. Watkins Motor Lines.
I would be surprised if this effort stops even one act of workplace discrimination.
These lawsuits are consistent with the EEOC’s internal position, which dates back at least to 2012.
You can assume that employees will request and receive copies of position statements in every case.
The EEOC is focusing on pay inequality as one of its top enforcement priorities, which means you should be focusing on it in your workplace as well.
If this proposal becomes reality, the EEOC must understand that it’s not one size fits all.
As employers continue to search for ways to battle the high (and rising) cost of medical insurance, Flambeau offers hope that mandatory wellness programs will remain a viable option.
A lawsuit filed by the EEOC against McDonald’s Corp. for its alleged refusal to interview a deaf job applicant is a perfect ADA-storm.
When an employer offers an employee a severance agreement, it wants to be done with the employee. It is paying severance in exchange for finality.