Title VII’s protections against gender discrimination can extend to former employees complaining about the severance package they were offered, according to a recent federal appeals court ruling. In Gerner v. County of Chesterfield, Virginia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that offering less favorable, non-contractual employment benefits can be an “adverse employment action” under… Continue Reading
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Employment Law Update: A 2015 Look Ahead
March 31, 2015
#FridayTimism RT @TimKGarrett: Truth without love is not truth; love without truth is not love.
23 hours ago
#EEOC issues highly anticipated guidance on wellness programs. Stay tuned for details.
2 days ago
#NLRB "quickie election" rules now in effect as of April 14. Employers expect spike in organizing efforts.
3 days ago
RT @BassBerrySims: Are you at risk of non-compliance? Government contractors are subject to a prevailing wage rate requirement http://t.co/…
4 days ago
#NLRB Issues final rule amending its representation-case procedures – effective today, April 14. http://t.co/cMFsSvHEqN
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