Lately, the EEOC has been on a campaign to stamp out discrimination based on religion—especially discrimination related to religious dress. As part of that effort, the EEOC has focused on employment agencies, demanding that they do more to ensure that the employers they refer temporary workers to aren’t biased. Now the 8th Circuit has reined in the EEOC a bit—for the time being.
- North Carolina Wage Payment and Collection Act
- Co-worker complaints not enough to establish accommodation hardship
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- 3rd Circuit takes dim view when employees appeal decisions in frivolous lawsuits
- Employees on the winning side of a record percentage of EEOC complaints