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Is the OFCCP’s take on the internet applicant rule outdated?

A recent Q & A from the “Workologist” column in the New York Times caught my eye.The correspondent was asking how to ensure that a résumé submitted online actually gets reviewed by the hiring company.  That is a legitimate concern – after...

The Latest in Labor: NLRB Update, Part One

Most employers know that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been on a years-long tear to make it easier for workers to unionize and harder for employers to resist those efforts. This post in two parts is the latest from the battlefront, with two key...

The NLRB Fires a Shot Across the Bow of Federal Contractors

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) fired off some fireworks of its own just before the Fourth of July weekend. Specifically, the NLRB announced a new procedure to implement Executive Order 13673 Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces (EO 13673),...

Supreme Court Poised to Weigh in on Transgender Rights

In recent years, state and federal courts have consistently ruled in favor of those seeking to define their gender identity.  However, the Supreme Court has yet to weigh in — a situation that is about to change as the accelerating national discussion of...

NY Attorney General Sends a Message: Re-Think Non-Compete Agreements

New York employers be warned – your non-compete agreements may be under attack.The office of the New York Attorney General (AG), Eric Schneiderman, has recently reached settlements with two different companies that require each one to suspend their practice of...

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