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EEOC issues new guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace

USA - May 31 2021 The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released new guidance on Friday, May 28, 2021, addressing COVID-19 vaccine issues in the…

Colin Pajda.

A victory for attorney-client confidentiality: DOL takes formal steps to rescind controversial persuader regulation

USA - May 24 2017 In March 2016, the DOL issued a new regulation that greatly expanded the obligations of employers and their attorneys to publicly file sensitive…

Art Silbergeld, Michael W. Duffee, Timothy J. Sarsfield.

Missouri to join Right to Work ranks: Is the fight over or just warming up?

USA - January 25 2017 Update: The version of the bill passed on Jan. 26 by the Missouri Senate does contain a carve-out for current agreements, and would not apply to any…

Art Silbergeld, Chuck Poplstein, Clifford A. Godiner, Michael W. Duffee, Timothy J. Sarsfield.

EEOC decision: Title VII protects employees' sexual orientation

USA - July 22 2015 On July 18, 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) decided that Title VII’s prohibition on sex discrimination extends to…

Chuck Poplstein, Clifford A. Godiner, Laura M. Duncan, Michael W. Duffee.

NLRB wishes employers a not-so-happy new year – issues new election rules and overrules Register Guard

USA - January 8 2015 The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has amended its internal rules to speed up the union election process. The changes were made with one goal…

Chuck Poplstein, Clifford A. Godiner, Laura M. Jordan, Richard J. Pautler, Timothy J. Sarsfield.