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EEOC Files Lawsuit Against NY Company Alleging Violation of GINA

A recent lawsuit filed by the EEOC in New York reminds employers that it is a violation of federal law to ask employees for genetic information. The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act ...
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Wellness Program Challenged by EEOC under the ADA

Around the country, more people are concerned about health and fitness. Employers recognize this and EEOC research shows that a majority of employers now offer some type of wellness program. While ...
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Employers Responsibility to Provide a Harassment-Free Work Environment

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits sexual harassment and requires employers to take prompt action to investigate and to stop the behavior after they receive complaints about alleged ...
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Retaliation Lawsuit Settles

Retaliation is commonly defined as harming someone as a revenge tactic. The EEOC states on its website that "[a]n employer may not fire, demote, harass or otherwise 'retaliate' against an ...
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America's Heroes At Work

On Memorial Day, we recognize the men and women of the Armed Forces. The Department of Labor has an online toolkit for employers who want to hire veterans.
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New Publications Issued By EEOC Addressing Religious Discrimination

On March 6, 2014, the EEOC issued two new publications that discuss workplace rights and responsibilities regarding religious dress and grooming under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The ...
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Disability Discrimination Settlement

A settlement recently reached between Toys "R" Us, Inc. and the EEOC is a reminder to "all employers that, absent an undue hardship, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires ...
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DOL Adds "Elaws" for Employer Recordkeeping, Reporting and Notice Obligations

Increasing its on-line advisory tools, the U.S. Department of Labor launched a new "elaws" tool to help employers comply with federal labor laws by determining the recordkeeping, reporting ...
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Virginia Employment Law: Preventing Former Employees From Obtaining Future Employment (VA Code § 40.1-27)

As a courtesy to employers and employment lawyers, The Employment Law Chronicle provides links to the text of key Federal, Virginia, and District of Columbia labor and employment laws published on ...
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Virginia Employment Law: Job Referrals (§ 8.01-46.1.)

As a courtesy to employers and employment lawyers, The Employment Law Chronicle provides links to the text of key Federal, Virginia, and District of Columbia labor and employment laws published on ...
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Layoffs & Reductions-in-Force: Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls & Perils

Unfortunately, in today's economy, plant closures and downsizings have become all too common. Treating employees with fairness and dignity are always necessary and good business practices. ...
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