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The EEOC’s Updated Guidance Allows Employers to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations (With Some Exceptions), and Clarifies When Employers Can Provide Incentives for Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
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The CROWN Act: Connecticut Aims to Eliminate Race-Based Hair Discrimination in the Workplace
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DOL Proposes Delaying Newly Published Rule on Independent Contractors
Gig Economy/Independent Contractor
EEOC Issues Guidance on Employer COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
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EEOC Makes Clear That COVID-19 Cannot be Used to Justify Discrimination Against Employees Based on Age or Other Characteristics
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Supreme Court Extends Title VII Protections to Gay and Transgender Employees in Bostock v. Clayton County
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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: New EEOC Guidance Cautions Employers to Take an Individualized Approach in Returning ‘At-Risk’ Employees to Work in the Wake of COVID-19
COVID Back to Work
Schools Must Take Care to Follow Established Complaint Procedures When Investigating Student Complaints of Sexual Harassment Against Employees In Order to Avoid Potential Liability for Sex Discrimination
Has New York State Enacted a Workplace Civility Code?
EMPLOYERS: DON’T OVERLOOK YOUR TITLE VII DEFENSES!
Proposed Change to Sexual Harassment Law Would Impose Strict Liability on Employers
Supervisors Can Have Personal Liability for Employment Discrimination
Second Circuit Rules That Title VII Prohibits Discrimination On The Basis Of Sexual Orientation
ATTORNEY GENERAL SESSIONS AND JUSTICE DEPARTMENT CHANGE COURSE ON RECOGNIZING TRANSGENDER WORKER RIGHTS UNDER TITLE VII
Making Sure Your At-Will Employees Remain At-Will
When Can An Employee Quit and Sue?
Takeaways For Employers From The Uber, Fox News and Trump Sexual Harassment Scandals
EEOC: Harassment Continues to be a Serious Problem in the Workplace
Avoid Being the Test Case for Gender Identity Discrimination
Department of Justice To Assert Title VII Protects Transgender Status
Should Employers Sue to Recover Attorney’s Fees After Winning a Lawsuit?

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