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Why Trendy Employee Benefit Options May Have Unintended Negative Consequences

XpertHR • August 25, 2019
In their effort to engage and retain employees, especially those from Generations Y and Z, employers are looking for innovative ways to secure a reputation as an employer of choice. In the process, though, they may be inadvertently turning some employees off. What resonates and engages with one employee may be a big turnoff to others.

Title IX Alert Fall 2019

Jackson Lewis P.C. • August 25, 2019
To assist collegiate sports administrators in assessing emerging Title IX issues, we are pleased to provide the fall 2019 issue of the Title IX Alert. This publication highlights topical issues such as proposed regulations, coaching obligations, and prominent court cases, among others.

How To Complete EEO-1 Report With Non-Binary Employees

Fisher Phillips • August 25, 2019
The EEOC recently released guidance to assist those employers filling out their EEO-1 reports who have non-binary employees – those who choose not to identify as male or female – in their workforces. This question has become more pressing given the increase in the number of states permitting individuals to classify themselves as non-binary on government-issued identification forms, especially as employers begin the task of completing their EEO-1 reports before next month’s deadline. What do employers need to know about this latest development?

New York Revises Employment Protections for Domestic Violence Victims, Adds Accommodation Obligations

Jackson Lewis P.C. • August 25, 2019
New York has amended its Human Rights Law to expand protection from employment discrimination for victims of domestic violence.

New York Strengthens Sexual Harassment Protections, Enacts Other New Employment Laws

XpertHR • August 25, 2019
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed several employment laws this summer that provide new rights for employees. Most notably, he signed amendments to the state's Human Rights Law to strengthen protections for sexual harassment victims in the workplace.

Colorado Labor Agency Proposes Revisions to Wage Rules that Include Bar on Vacation Pay Forfeiture

Jackson Lewis P.C. • August 25, 2019
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has proposed amendments to its Wage Protection Act Rules (Proposed WPA Rules) that include a prohibition against forfeiture of vacation pay under the Colorado Wage Claim Act (CWCA).
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