Human Resources

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Using a group to make hiring or firing decisions can increase the probability that some illegal, discriminatory factor will influence the process.
Making sure you are meeting your obligations on job applications is never simple.
Employers facing Equal Pay Act claims have a basic defense: That pay differentials an employee says are based on sex are actually the result of other factors.
The World Champion U.S. Women's Soccer Team filed an EEOC complaint March 31 demanding to be paid the same as members of the U.S. Men’s National Team and drawing mainstream attention to the Equal Pay Act.
Former employees generally have just 300 days to file an EEOC complaint alleging that their firing amounted to a discriminatory act. But, under some circumstances, that time period can be extended.
American workers want more cash from their employers, and they would be willing to accept fewer benefits in exchange, according to a new survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
A federal judge has ordered a case to arbitration despite an employee’s argument that it was invalid partly because of his status as an undocumented worker.
Decision provides much needed clarity and flexibility to employers implementing arbitration agreements in California.
Filing a lawsuit alleging corruption or wrongdoing is, according to a recent ruling, a form of protected speech for public employees.
The equal pay movement gained significant ground in 2015, with new equal pay legislation enacted in two large states, new pay equity rules issued for federal contractors and equal pay legislation introduced in several states.