Human Resources

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The EEOC has signaled its intent to aggressively pursue harassment cases against employers—especially when the harassment is perpetrated by anyone in a supervisory role.
The movement in state and local governments to ban questions about past pay is quickly gaining steam.
Q. Can we require job applicants to submit photographs with their résumés and applications?
A case we covered last month—see “Consistently apply progressive discipline” in the January 2017 issue of Texas Employment Law—has now gone to trial.
Nevada showed the strongest job growth in the United States last year, capping a six-year rise from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs.
Q. With Valentine’s Day around the corner and love in the air, I think it would be an opportune time to convince our employee to take her husband’s last name.
Make it crystal clear how candidates should apply for jobs.
The percentage of foreign-national computer scientists, many of whom came to the United States on H-1B visas, has increased steadily in the last 40 years.
Some employees think they can short-circuit discipline if they request FMLA leave or a reasonable accommodation. The assumption: Employers will back off for fear of being sued.
Employees caught lying on their employment applications about their educational level may not be entitled to unemployment compensation benefits.
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