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The EEOC has updated its enforcement guidance on retaliation for the first time since 1998.
Remind supervisors that retaliating against workers who report alleged criminal or other illegal activity may violate the California Labor Code.
It’s a question more employers worry they will find themselves asking: “What should I do if one of my employees gets arrested?”
Employees who are military reservists can be called to active duty for weeks, months or even year-long deployments. But punishing that soldier for the inconvenience can be costly.
Every business is covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, right? Wrong!
Public employers have a special Constitutional responsibility that private-sector employers don’t have.
The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 was founded on the concern that advancements in the field of genetics could lead to the misuse of genetic information to discriminate against people in employment and health insurance.
Proposed rules issued Feb. 25 would require federal contractors to provide paid sick leave benefits.
Sometimes, workplace harassment can be so oppressive that an employee takes his own life. In some circumstances, those responsible for maintaining a workplace free of retaliation and harassment can be held liable for such a tragedy.

Q. With the upcoming presidential elections, conversation among our employees has increased concerning the candidates and their positions on certain issues. I overheard an employee supporting Donald Trump, a candidate who goes against all of my core beliefs. Can I tell him that any employee of mine cannot support Trump?

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