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Paid Suspension Not Adverse Employment Action Under Title VII
In a recently issued opinion, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that an employee's suspension with pay typically does not constitute an "adverse employment action"...
United States
24 Aug 2015
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SCOTUS: Employers Do Not Have To "Know" Of Applicant's Need For Religious Accommodation To Be Liable For Failure To Accommodate
Samantha Elauf applied for a position with Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc. (Abercrombie), a retail clothing company well known for its signature "preppy" style.
United States
8 Jun 2015
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SCOTUS: Employers Do Not Have To "Know" Of Applicant's Need For Religious Accommodation To Be Liable For Failure To Accommodate
The U.S. Supreme Court has made clear in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc., that an employer must not only accommodate an applicant's religious belief or practice, but also ask whether a suspected conflict between a work rule and religion in fact exists if the applicant does not raise the issue.
United States
5 Jun 2015
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New Jersey Supreme Court To Decide Whether Employers Can Shorten Limitations Period
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently granted certiorari in a case in which the Appellate Division ruled that language in an employment application that shortened the statute of limitations created an enforceable contract.
United States
11 Dec 2014
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New Jersey Appellate Division Enforces Contract Shortening Time To File Employment Claim
The New Jersey Appellate Division relied on language in an employment application that shortened the statute of limitations for certain claims available to the employee.
United States
24 Jun 2014
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Sixth Circuit Shuts Down EEOCís Credit Check Lawsuit
The Sixth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by the EEOC alleging that Kaplanís use of credit reports disparately impacted African Americans.
United States
16 Apr 2014
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U.S. Supreme Court Establishes Standard for Title VII Retaliation Claims
On June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Title VII retaliation claims require employees to demonstrate an employer would not have taken an adverse employment action against them "but for" unlawful retaliation, rather than the lesser "mixed-motive" standard. In University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, the employee, a medical doctor and faculty member at the university hospital, complained about alleged harassment based on his race and national origin. The employee later res
United States
10 Jul 2013
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U.S. Supreme Court Defines "Supervisor" Under Title VII
On June 24, in a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court decided an important Title VII case that clarifies the definition of the term "supervisor" for purposes of liability analysis.
United States
8 Jul 2013
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EEOC Issues Enforcement Guidance On Employer Use Of Arrest And Conviction Records
On April 25, 2012, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") voted 4-1 to approve an updated Enforcement Guidance titled "Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964."
United States
4 May 2012
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