How does the new ‘Ban the Box’ ordinance, signed by Mayor Nutter this week, play out in the real world?
The Babcock v. Butler County decision announces the standard for determining whether a union or non-union employee of a private or public employer in the Third Circuit is entitled to compensation during a meal period.
BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about an employee’s appearance and the potential legal and employee relations concerns Human Resources and In-House Counsel confront in dealing with these issues.
BNA Human Resources Report was kind enough to quote me in this great article about retaliation in the workplace and the potential perils to Human Resources in dealing with these issues.
In Fisher, SCOTUS upheld (at least technically) affirmative action in higher education.
Employers often say they want to access social media information about a job candidate because they want to know as much about him or her as possible, but they must be very careful not to violate anti-discrimination laws.
Governor Jerry Brown assured California’s position as one of the most regulated states for employers by signing 22 new employment laws earlier this month. Most of the laws will take effect on January 1, 2012. Some of the more significant of these new laws: · Require that all new hires must be given a statement […]