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- 01/22/2020 - Lawsuit: Does the ADA require an adult film website to accommodate a deaf individual by closed captioning the videos?
- 01/21/2020 - The “harassing, stalking, disturbing, and menacing” plaintiff lost her discrimination case. Go figure.
- 01/20/2020 - A bipartisan federal bill proposes to require nursing mom protections for all female employees.
- 01/17/2020 - At last. At long last, New Jersey has finalized its regulations supporting its Earned Sick Leave Law
- 01/16/2020 - A customer’s preference for an employee of a certain gender usually does not justify sex discrimination — even at a strip club.
- 01/15/2020 - Forget what you heard. THIS, right here, will be the biggest employment law concern for employers in 2020.
- 01/14/2020 - The ACLU and U.S. Chamber of Commerce AGREE on something. And it’s a pregnancy discrimination bill?!?
- 01/13/2020 - SCOOP: The DOL has issued final joint-employer rules
- 01/10/2020 - GOTCHA! You won’t believe how one company unraveled an employee’s ‘flat tire’ absence excuse
- 01/09/2020 - If DOL opinion letters turn you on, sit down, maybe grab a cigarette, and read this blog post.
- 01/08/2020 - “Smokers and other nicotine users need not apply.” Is that even legal?
- 01/07/2020 - A worker complained on Twitter about a $6 holiday gift from his employer. It didn’t end well.
- 01/06/2020 - Federal appellate court instructs NLRB to reconsider whether it’s okay for an employee to use sexist language
- 01/03/2020 - The results are in! Here’s what HR readers did to prepare their companies for the new DOL overtime rules.
- 01/02/2020 - POLL: What did your business do to prepare for the new DOL overtime rules?
- 12/31/2019 - The Best of The Employer Handbook in 2019 confirms that you readers are STONE COLD SAVAGES!
- 12/30/2019 - Your New Jersey HR Compliance Checklist for January 1, 2020📝☑️
- 12/23/2019 - “How can the same s**t happen to the same guy twice?”
- 12/20/2019 - You’ll never guess which state has joined NY and CA by banning grooming and hairstyle discrimination at work
- 12/19/2019 - Finally, the EEOC has come around on arbitration agreements as a condition of employment