Presbyterian Healthcare Services, operating Lincoln County Medical Center and its emergency services unit in Ruidoso, N.M., will pay $150,000 and furnish other relief to settle a lawsuit for race discrimination and retaliation brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today issued an opinion letter in response to a request from a member of the public asking for clarity on the Commission’s interpretation and enforcement of § 707(a) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
New research shows that minimum-wage violations spike as low-paid workers become more vulnerable and less inclined to complain.
Experts say open and respectful conversation is key to maintaining civility.
As we enter fall 2020, employers are confronting a number of complex factors that threaten to cause or exacerbate mental health challenges in the workplace.
Just over a year ago, The Hamilton Project released an economic analysis on private sector labor unions.
The latest data on weekly unemployment claims looks different from past weeks.
In the midst of the ‘Me Too’ movement, a new study finds that people sexually harassed at work may be at increased risk for attempted suicide and suicide.
Does this sound like your boss?
Members of Congress questioned whether the racial benchmarks used to settle dementia claims were consistent with discriminatory economic practices like redlining.
Brenda Neckvatal and I are back! We took August off because we wanted to pretend we were Europeans.
Come join us as we talk about what managers need to know, and we’ve added a question segment! Listen to me and Brenda answer questions with no preparation.
Ogletree Deakins’ Traditional Labor Relations Practice Group is pleased to announce the publication of the summer 2020 issue of the Practical NLRB Advisor. This issue offers insight into the new, and, oftentimes unanticipated, labor/management issues resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. While COVID-19 brought an abrupt halt to many aspects of
Parents, employers, and communities across the country are managing uncertainty around returning to school this fall. Many schools have opened, or soon will open, using some element of virtual learning. As we discussed earlier this summer, parents and employers have had to show flexibility and grace during this back to
While no one knows what the outcome of the presidential election will be, if Vice President Biden is elected, hospitality employers should expect to see the following labor and employment issues front and center:
Advocacy groups have filed suits challenging the USCIS fee increases scheduled to take effect on October 2, 2020.
The fee increases are not equal across the board. Certain types of business immigration petitions have been targeted for large percentage fee increases: 51% for TNs and E visas, 75% for L