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Federal District Court Rules That Philly’s Salary History Ban Violates Free Speech

Published by and on June 27, 2018

Court rules that Philadelphia employers can still ask prospective employees about wage history, but they are prohibited from relying on wage history to make actual wage determinations.

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Maryland Passes New Sexual Harassment Reporting Requirements for Employers

Published by and on June 25, 2018

Governor Larry Hogan signs Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act of 2018, imposing new requirements on Maryland employers, set to take effect October 1, 2018.

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Seventh Circuit Holds That Job Applicants May Bring Disparate Impact Claims Under the ADEA

Published by and on June 22, 2018

The Seventh Circuit recently considered the question of whether job applicants could bring disparate impact claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) in Kleber v. CareFusion.

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New York Takes Swift Aim at #MeToo

Published by and on June 19, 2018

Employers in New York take note – New York state and New York City have passed new laws aimed at curbing sexual harassment through mandatory training. The requirements of the laws have differing effective dates and to help clarify, we have broken it down chronologically.

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8th Circuit: Overtime Can Be an Essential Function of the Job

Published by and on June 18, 2018

Court rules that UPS did not fail to accommodate when a former driver requested restricted work hours and another work position, holding that former driver was not qualified for the requested position because overtime was an essential function of the job.

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California Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Brief Time Spent Before And After A Shift Is Compensable

Published by on June 15, 2018

The Supreme Court of California heard oral argument in Troester v. Starbucks Corporation, addressing whether employers must compensate employees for de minimis periods of time before and after their shifts.

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