EEOC’S UPDATED RETALIATION GUIDANCE

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or “EEOC,” is the federal agency that enforces federal employment discrimination laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, and the Age...

APPLYING CALIFORNIA LAW TO EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES

It is no secret that hiring employees and conducting business in California involve more laws and rules than in other states. Multi-state employers often desire consistent personnel practices, or to mitigate some of the more restrictive elements of California...

LAW IN BRIEF: ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS AND CLASS-ACTION WAIVERS

Mandatory arbitration agreements in employment settings bring with them benefits and challenges. One attractive aspect – particularly in California – is that employers may require workers to arbitrate all disputes individually; i.e., not via a multi-plaintiff or...
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