Littler Mendelson
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Littler Mendelson
Rhonda Levy comments on an Ontario Supreme Court ruling in which the court struck down a claim made by a temporary foreign worker seeking damages against his employer...
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Jim Paretti says several new bipartisan laws focused on issues women experience in the workplace may move employers to work on preventing instances that would violate the new measures.
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Caroline Baker advises employers to tread carefully in cases where employees share beliefs that are at odds with one another.
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Caroline Baker says the rise in disputes relating to alleged discrimination against transgender employees suggests more could be done to ensure that transgender individuals feel safe...
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Corinn Jackson and Lysette Roman talk about how employers can avoid discriminating against employees based on hairstyles and body modifications in the workplace.
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Commenting on the FTC’s proposed ban on noncompetes, James M. Witz said there is going to be a lot of pushback from the business community on the need to have noncompetes...
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Sophie Vanhegan says the continued rise in employment disputes related to flexible working in the UK suggests employees and employers are still finding it tricky to agree on flexible working arrangements.
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Stephanie Mills-Gallan says paid-leave requirements for COVID-19 are being scaled back and multistate employers shouldn't adopt a blanket, companywide policy for COVID-19...
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Cindy-Ann Thomas discusses several steps smart employers can take to minimize the risk of weight bias and improve their inclusion initiatives.
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Barbara Rittinger Rigo comments on Philadelphia’s new law that bans employers within city limits from testing for marijuana use during the hiring process.
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