General Employment Matters

First, a disclaimer.  Let me assure you that the contributors to the Employment Discrimination Report run the full gamut of the political spectrum.  This is not a post about politics, it just so happens that our demonstrative example comes from the presidential race.

It is not uncommon for employers and employees to execute Non-Disclosure Agreements

I know what you’re thinking, it’s not even September yet.  I’ll worry about January sometime in December.

The beginning of the year may seem like a long way away, but it can sneak up on you.  I often have employers who are scrambling at the end of the year to understand legal changes and to

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This week, the EEOC officially opened its EEO-1 survey process for 2016.  The EEO-1 form requires employers who meet qualifying thresholds to provide certain data about their workforces (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender, job classifications/categories, etc.) to the EEOC.

Who must comply?  1) Private employers

We don’t normally talk a lot about NLRB decisions and rulings related to the NLRB on this blog.  However, in light of the importance of the DOL Persuader rule, we wanted to update you on events that have management-side attorneys jumping for joy.

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If you are thinking to yourself that you have no idea what

5 DiscriminationAs we wrote about last week, the New York City Council passed legislation seeking to bolster the New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL).  Although the NYCHRL was already one of the most employee friendly statutes in the nation to begin with, especially in light of the 2005 Local Civil Rights Restoration Act, the

Title VIIAs my colleague Christina Stoneburner posted yesterday and today, North Carolina recently enacted the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, which, among other similar state laws that continue cropping up (such as the recently vetoed religious exemption bill in Georgia), curtails protections based on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and/or Transgender (LGBT) status.  These proposed

45810489_sThings seem to be developing rapidly in North Carolina.  Just yesterday morning we reported that the ACLU had filed a challenge to the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act that was passed last week and signed by Governor McCrory.   The response from the North Carolina’s Attorney General’s Office was immediate and decisive:  the AG would

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End of year vacations and holidays are fast approaching. Everyone is eager to see family and enjoy some much needed time away. It is easy to forget, however, that the ball drop in Times Square will not only ring in the New Year, it will also ring in various new and modified employment laws in