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By Robin Shea
Bonnie O'Daniel was a Human Resources manager (remember that!) at a workplace in Louisiana.
By Robin Shea
The first step has been taken!
By Robin Shea
As long as it's the principle (and I think it is).
By Jasmine Anderson
It's that time of year again! The holidays are over, the kids are back in school, the New Year has begun, and California has (once again) raised the state minimum wage.
By Robert L. Ortbals Jr.
Just before the holidays in December, the Missouri Supreme Court issued a ruling that may allow employers to use initial at-will employment as a basis to support enforceable arbitration agreements.
By Robin Shea
EEOC, court kick "Onionhead" employer while it's down. A federal judge in New York ruled on post-trial motions filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity
By Robin Shea
Staff at a hair salon in Wuxi in Jiangsu province, China, were expected to sell a quota of hair products each day.
By Robin Shea
A not unexpected development. The EEOC has officially rescinded its regulations on wellness incentives under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
By Kenneth Sulzer
If you have the right answers, you should survive 2019.
By Robin Shea
The decision could be a big help to recruiters, staffing companies, and employment agencies. When might a recruiter be liable for a discriminatory hiring decision?
By Katie M. Rhoten
The Missouri Court of Appeals recently ruled that an employee of an "interstate compact" could not bring claims against the compact under the state Human Rights Act.
By Robin Shea
The Supreme Court decided Monday that it will review whether to keep or scrap its standard for reviewing interpretations by federal agencies of their own regulations.
By Robin Shea
Hanukkah doesn't end until sundown tonight, and it's two weeks until Christmas. But Greg Giangrande of the "@work" column in the New York Post already has someone who made a big mistake
By Robin Shea
We had to temporarily suspend ConstangyTV Close-Up on Workplace Law this summer because of some technical issues. But those issues have been resolved, and the show is back -- and better than ever!
By Robin Shea
An article this week in Bloomberg said that men on Wall Street were getting the message about #MeToo.