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Taking The Issue Of Unequal Pay Onto The U.S. District Court's Turf
As recently mentioned on Sports Shorts, the spotlight on the gender pay gap has been amplified following the fourth World Cup win by the U.S.
United States
31 Jul 2019
Playback Time – The Rights And Wrongs Of Covert Recordings In The Workplace
Phoenix House Limited -v- Stockman has been kicking round the Employment Tribunal system ever since Ms Stockman was dismissed in 2013
30 Jul 2019
Clarity At Last In French Unfair Dismissal Cases
Employers are relieved! One of the most talked-about provisions of the Macron ordinances has been confirmed as valid by the French Court of Cassation (Supreme Court).
25 Jul 2019
Federal Court Confirms September 30, 2019 Deadline For Employers To Submit EEO-1 Pay Data
As we previously reported here, on April 3, 2019, the White House Office of Management and Budget ("OMB")
United States
14 May 2019
Employment Appeal Tribunal Provides Guidance On The FCA's ‘Fit And Proper Person' Test
In Radia v Jeffries International Limited, UKEAT/0123/18 the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") held that an employer, Jeffries International Limited ("Jeffries"),
14 May 2019
Older, Wiser, And Out Of Luck: Seventh Circuit Decision Limits Job Applicants' Right To File Age Discrimination Claims
On January 23, 2019, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals (which hears appeals from the federal district courts in and for Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin) issued an en banc decision in Dale E. Kleber v. CareFusion Corporation, ...
United States
6 Feb 2019
Two Recent Decisions Highlight Procedural Pitfalls In Employment Litigation
Would-be plaintiffs in two employment decisions – one from the Fifth Circuit, one from the Ninth Circuit
United States
28 Jan 2019
US Supreme Court Unanimously Rules In Favor Of Workers, Holding Trucking Company's Arbitration Agreement Exempt From Federal Arbitration Act
On January 15, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held in New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira that a trucking company could not compel its drivers, which it classified as independent contractors
21 Jan 2019
Snooping Employee Dooms Her Title VII Claims By Unauthorized Disclosure Of Personnel Files (US)
On November 15, 2018, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit unanimously held in Netter v. Barnes that an employee did not engage in "opposition or participation"...
United States
28 Nov 2018
EAT Approves Use Of Indiscriminatingly Inappropriate Banter? Not Really (UK)
If I told you that calling a colleague with links to the Traveller community a "fat ginger pikey" might not be harassment, you would be forgiven for picking up the phone to the Solicitors' Regulation
20 Nov 2018
Post-Epic Systems, Kentucky Supreme Court Holds That Under State Law, Employers Cannot Require Mandatory Arbitration Agreements As A Condition Of Employment
Earlier this year, the United States Supreme Court held in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis that employers can require employees to agree to arbitrate disputes ...
United States
30 Oct 2018
Written Confirmation Not A Reasonable Adjustment For A Queasy Employee (UK)
Here is an interesting little question about how far an employer needs to formalise steps taken to accommodate an employee's disability.
29 Oct 2018
The Hangover – Vicarious Liability For After-Party Assault (UK)
At some point in the next two months it is statistically inescapable that almost every employer in the UK will receive some worthy but deeply off-putting law firm flier about all the legal risks which can possibly be extracted from the office Christmas party.
29 Oct 2018
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