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Top 10 Reasons Your Handbook Needs Updating in 2024

WHAT HAPPENED IN 2023: State law changes; aggressive Attorneys General; a new pro-employee majority on the NLRB; the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA); the Biden administration’s commitment to enforcing federal laws and auditing workplaces under OSHA, FLSA and the EEOC; … Read More

Retaliation Nation: How to Manage It

Why do most claims against employers tack on retaliation? Cuz that is where the money is! Over the years, courts have even dismissed the underlying claim–say discrimination based on gender–but upheld retaliatory acts by the employer. Ka-ching. Retaliation claims strike … Read More

Return to Work, Mental Health and the ADA

Many post-COVID return to work mandates have been met with a serious challenge by workers: mental health issues. The Wall Street Journal reported astonishing figures on return to work and mental health claims recently: The number of charges filed to … Read More

It’s Opening Day for EEO-1 Reporting!

  The EEOC announced the opening of data collection for 2022 EEO-1 reports yesterday, with claims of making the process more user friendly. Here WHO files? All private sector employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with 50 or … Read More

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