Newly effective regulations expand the terms “sex,” “religious creed,” and “race.”
A new ruling will make it easier for employees to file discrimination lawsuits based on scheduling and other employment-related decisions.
The vast majority of employers will be impacted by a new standard with gives employee interpretation of workplace policies significant weight in determining if they’re lawful.
Review a timeline for implementation of Delaware Paid Leave regulations, as well as requirements for employers based on the number of employees.
Effective Oct. 1, 2023, the salary threshold under Maryland’s ban on noncompete agreements will increase, providing greater protections for low-wage workers.
A revised Form 1-9 is now available. In addition, the USCIS announced that remote verification of documents will remain an available option under some circumstances.
Private employers with 100 or more employees should plan to begin filing their EEO-1 reporting data for 2022 in the fall.
Review the recent ruling on employers’ ability to deny employees’ requests for religious accommodations under federal law.
It’s time to update the DOL and EEOC posters in your office. Three new versions are available.
A new ruling will limit employers’ ability to discipline or fire workers who display offensive conduct while engaged in activity protected under the National Labor Relations Act.