Many employees facing workplace discrimination find vital protection under federal statutes that prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race
With the end of another EEOC fiscal year employers look with anticipation to what the year-end trends can tell us about the sometimes elusive EEOC
As employers are learning about the many trends and changes that are bringing pay equity issues to the fore, they are asking questions regarding what
On August 1, Massachusetts added significant teeth to the state's current equal pay law. The new law, "An Act to Establish Pay Equity," not only
Employment is generally presumed to be "at will" absent contract terms to the contrary. Such a presumption enables both the employer and the employee
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Chair Jenny R. Yang has issued a report on the EEOC's Systemic Discrimination efforts over the last 10 years
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On April 6, 2011, the Job Protection and Civil Rights Enforcement Act of 2010 (SB-72) died in House Committee by a close 5-4 vote.
Since the passage of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009 (“Ledbetter Act”), plaintiffs’ counsel have attempted to resurrect claims previously considered time-barred, forcing employers to defend against claims of discriminatory compensation under Title VII (gender, race, etc.) and the ADEA (age) where the discriminatory decision had been made years ago.
The first law signed by President Obama significantly affects the way banksand other employers will maintain employee records related to compensation and will likely lead to more pay discrimination lawsuits against employers.