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The proposal would hinder the government from enforcing civil rights protections.
Court agrees with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s position that sexual orientation discrimination is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Civil Rights of 1964.
The ruling, effective Jan. 1, requires federal contractors to provide paid sick leave to employees and will affect more than 1 million workers.
Men from U.S. Soccer Federation offer nothing but excuses for why the Women’s U.S. National Team earns significantly less than men’s, despite women’s being more profitable.
It is still legal to fire someone for being gay in 32 states. The Equality Act would end employee discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
"With the filing of these two suits, EEOC is continuing to solidify its commitment to ensuring that individuals are not discriminated against in workplaces because of their sexual orientation."
A new rule proposed by the EEOC would increase the requirement to 12 percent — a significant increase for the people with disabilities population.
As the Americans With Disabilities Act celebrates its 25th anniversary July 26, significant gaps remain in hiring the 19 percent of Americans with disabilities. New laws aim to improve the efforts of federal contractors and help people with disabilities save more.
A federal court is allowing companies to charge you more for your healthcare if you can’t pass or won’t take a wellness screening. We’ve got all the details here.
Federal court ruling sets up liability trial and possibility for big damages … again.
Be careful what you wish for. If your company thinks cutbacks at the EEOC would mean less likelihood of discrimination lawsuits, think again.
The EEOC announced that it received 99,412 private sector workplace bias charges during fiscal year 2012, down slightly from the previous year.
An EEOC discussion letter states that the ADA and ADEA cover only one-way discrimination; they do not cover those without disabilities or the more youthful.
The 17-year lawsuit’s settlement includes $1,000 checks for American Indian beneficiaries and a scholarship fund.
Did diversity and inclusion in a corporate culture cause a reaction to this chin-chucking incident? Read this case and more in our legal update.