An Insider’s View of the EEOC

An Insider's View of the EEOC - Recent and Current Strategies, Litigation, Settlements and What's on the Horizon

An Insider’s View of the EEOC Recent and Current Strategies, Litigation, Settlements and What’s on the Horizon We are in a presidential election year, but employers should not expect a slowdown in actions taken by the EEOC. To the contrary, the EEOC now has a Democratic majority through at least the remainder of this administration…

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Navigating Fair Workweek Laws Across the United States

Navigating Fair Workweek Laws and Predictable Scheduling Laws Across the United States

Predictably Unpredictable: Navigating Fair Workweek Laws Across the United States Currently, New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Los Angeles, Emeryville, San Francisco, and Oregon have implemented predictable scheduling laws. Generally, these laws require covered employers to: Provide at least 14 days’ advance notice of schedules Obtain written consent from employees when adding shifts Pay premiums…

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Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations

Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations

Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations Workplace investigations are important in today’s highly litigious workplace, but they can be tricky to execute properly. Building off of our January webinar, Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations, this presentation will help employers understand not only how to conduct an investigation, but how you can avoid common pitfalls. During this 60-minute…

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Navigating New Pay Transparency Policies

Navigating New Pay Transparency Policies

Navigating New Pay Transparency Policies: A look across the U.S. Coast-to-coast, states (and even some cities) have begun to implement pay transparency policies. While this employment law trend has noble objectives, like improving pay equity and employee trust, it also presents employers with new compliance pitfalls. When implementing pay transparency policies, organizations must consider potential…

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What Would Overruling Chevron Mean for Employment Law?

What Would Overruling Chevron Mean for Labor and Employment Law?

What Would Overruling Chevron Mean for Labor and Employment Law? If you’re an employer, you likely struggle to comply with federal regulations issued by the DOL, NLRB, or the EEOC – especially when agency positions change. The Supreme Court in Loper may soon change the regulatory landscape by overruling the landmark Chevron decision. It is…

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Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

Webinar Recording: Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations Conducting an effective workplace investigation can be a daunting task. It’s critical to maintain objectivity, uncover important facts, and follow compliance and confidentiality procedures. Despite their complex nature, these investigations continue to be increasingly important in today’s highly litigious workplace. Organizations must not only protect workers’ rights to proper investigation, but…

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What to Expect in 2024: A Highlight Reel

What to expect in 2024: A highlight reel covering 2024 employment law changes

What to Expect in 2024: A Highlight Reel As 2023 comes to a close, the 2024 compliance strategy planning season begins. With 2024 already presenting a potential onslaught of employment law updates, it’s critical employers consider what changes to expect in the new year. During this 60-minute webinar, Meghann Barloewen, Michelle Devlin, Maureen Lavery, Amy Mendenhall, and Hannah Stilley, experts from the knowledge…

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A Deep Dive Into Oregon’s Leave Laws

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A Deep Dive Into Oregon’s Leave Laws Navigating federal and state leave laws is a confusing and complex task for many employers, but Oregon’s leave laws offer additional complexity. Since passing the state’s new paid leave law, organizations with employees in Oregon are exposed to potential compliance risk due to the policies’ misalignment. In this…

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The New Alternative Procedure for I-9

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New Alternative Procedure for I-9 Virtual Verification and the New I-9 Form In this webinar, Bruce Buchanan, Special Counsel for Littler and an author of The I-9 and E-Verify Handbook and hundreds of blog posts, will discuss the new alternative procedure for I-9. He will also cover other critical areas of immigration compliance, such as:…

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From the Provider Perspective: Updates on Contingent Workforce Laws

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From the Provider Perspective: Updates on Contingent Workforce Laws Staffing firms, PEOs, AORs, and EORs sit at an especially complex junction of the law, especially when it comes to the contingent workforce. These organizations must navigate engagement, assignment, and management of employees and contractors to support other organizations in innumerable ways. Typically, contingent worker webinars…

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