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Employers Left Hanging Again: Coates v. Farmers Reaches Settlement & Still No Answers on Interpreting California’s Fair Pay Act

USA - May 10 2016 What many were hoping would bring clarity to California’s Fair Pay Act, further left employers in the dark on how to interpret the Act. On April 29...

Megan M. Lawson, Allison Riechert Giese.

California DLSE Posts FAQs on New Fair Pay Law but Leaves Tough Questions Unanswered

USA - April 6 2016 Three months after the California Fair Pay Act took effect on January 1, 2016, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (“DLSE”) has...

Lauri A. Damrell.

Cross-Border Trends: UK to Follow US Attack on the Gender Pay Gap

USA, United Kingdom - February 17 2016 Following months of waiting the UK Government has finally published its draft regulations on the new “gender pay gap reporting” requirements in the...

Rachel Easter, Mike Delikat, Nicola Whiteley, Mandy Perry.

EEOC Keeps Its Resolution to Litigate Company Wellness Programs Under ADA, Despite Recent Victory for Employers

USA - January 11 2016 With the holidays now behind, many employees view the New Year as an opportunity to lose weight, exercise more, or make any number of other...

Daniel J. Corbett, Lindsey Connor Hulse.

Big data, big problems: the liability pitfall lurking beneath the shiny surface of “people analytics”

USA - November 3 2015 The use of big data in employment decisionsa practice often referred to as “people analytics”has exploded in recent years. Lately, however, the...

Shaunicie Fielder, Mark R. Thompson.