In May 2021, Santa Clara County implemented some unique requirements on employers in the County with respect to gathering information on the vaccination status of employees. On June 21, 2021, the Health Officer of the County of Santa Clara issued Santa Clara County’s June 21, 2021 Health Order phasing out its May 18, 2021 Health Order for all businesses and employers which have completed both an initial round of employee vaccination ascertainment and a subsequent round of employee vaccination verification 14 days after the initial ascertainment for all employees who were unvaccinated during the initial round pursuant to Section 9(c) of the May 18, 2021 Health Order.
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After conducting an analysis of the Suffolk County Human Rights Law (“HRL”) as it pertains to housing discrimination, the Suffolk County Fair Housing Task Force (“Task Force”) released its final report and recommendations to lawmakers in its continued efforts to combat housing discrimination.
Gregg Clifton and Bernard Dennis co-author “Compensation Debate with Jordan McNair Safe and Fair Play Act,” published by the Maryland Bar Journal.
Minia Gussman, an associate in the Labor & Employment Practice Group, wrote the article “Unchecked Boxes on EEOC Charge Form Sink Claims,” republished by HR Daily Advisor.
Minia Gussman, an associate in the Labor & Employment Practice Group, wrote the article “Unchecked Boxes on EEOC Charge Form Sink Claims,” republished by HR Daily Advisor. Minia reviews a recent decision by the US Fifth Circuit of Appeals upholding dismissal where a former hospital employee’s sex discrimination and retaliation claims were dismissed because he neglected to check the boxes on the EEOC charge form resulting in the employer not being put on notice of the claims.
Jeff Mokotoff was featured in the Law360 article “Georgia’s Biggest Appellate Rulings Of 2021 So Far”.
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Jim Paretti discusses the rescinding of a controversial EEOC rule that would have required the agency to share more information with employers credibly accused of discrimination during the conciliation process.
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In a new Fast Company-Harris Poll, 36% of younger millennials and Gen Z say they’ve faced workplace ageism, often due to a perceived lack of experience.
Over the past year, the global health crisis and increasing racial injustices and economic/societal disparities have highlighted the importance of further prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Workers appear to have gained newfound leverage as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession and businesses reopen
The pandemic-induced move toward remote work has complicated corporate decisions about where to locate.
President Biden will push federal regulators to crack down on noncompete clauses, occupational licensing requirements and other measures that administration officials say hurt workers’ ability to pursue better jobs, as part of a broad executive order meant to bolster competition across the economy.
Incentives are now being offered to hourly workers