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EEOC, DOJ Release Expectations on Employers’ Use of Technology, AI for Employment Decisions

USA - May 19 2022 For decades, employers have used technology to help decision-making, from hiring to performance bonuses. While seemingly taking human biases out of…

Joseph J. Lazzarotti, Paul Patten

Manufacturers Face Unique Problems in Accommodating Assembly Line Workers With Disabilities

USA - May 9 2022 These requests can create unique challenges in manufacturing plants due to the inherently physical nature of the work, but there are options and…

Sheri L. Giger, Andrew D. Kinghorn, Patricia Anderson Pryor, James M. Stone

Ohio Formally Adopts FLSA’s Portal-to-Portal Act, Collective Action Opt-In Procedure

USA - April 12 2022 On April 6, 2022, Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill (S.B.) 47, thereby formally adopting Sections 2 and 4 of the Portal-to-Portal Act (PPA)…

Ryan Martin, Blythe McGregor, Jeremy Smith

New EEOC Guidance Spotlights Caregivers in the Workplace

USA - March 21 2022 As the number of employees requesting flexible work arrangements increases, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has released a new…

Jenifer M. Bologna, Sheri L. Giger

U.S. Supreme Court Puts OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine-Or-Test ETS Back on Ice

USA - January 13 2022 In a 6-3 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has granted a temporary stay of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency…

Jenifer M. Bologna, Kristina T. Brooks, Sheri L. Giger, Joseph J. Lynett, Courtney M. Malveaux, Melanie L. Paul, Patricia Anderson Pryor