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Illinois Employers Can No Longer Seek Salary History as of September 29, 2019

USA - August 14 2019 For years, employers have used application forms that solicit the applicant’s salary history and have routinely sought such information as part of...

イリノイ州の雇用主が採用選考過程で求職者に対して給与歴を尋ねることは2019年9月29日付で禁止に

USA - August 14 2019 For years, employers have used application forms that solicit the applicant’s salary history and have routinely sought such information as part of...

Termination of "Startled" Employee After Supervisor Expressed Desire to Strangle Her Was Not Wrongful

USA - February 4 2019 Under the Americans With Disability Act (“ADA”), an employer can be liable for failure to accommodate a qualified individual with a disability if the...

Trimming the Employer's Arguments, the Seventh Circuit Upholds Claim of Male-on-Male Harassment under Title VII

USA - August 14 2018 While there have been cases where conduct was found to be "sexual horseplay" that could give rise to tort liability, but not discrimination, asserting...

Terminated CEO's Complaints to the Board Not Protected "Whistleblowing" As No Requirement Under Federal Law to Report Every "Managerial Hiccup"

USA - February 14 2018 The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 forbids publically traded companies from retaliating against an employee for any lawful act done by the employee...