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Manufacturers Face New Discrimination Rules

Concluding their 2019 legislative sessions, New York and Connecticut adopted sweeping new discrimination and harassment requirements — mandating additional training, expanding available remedies and making it easier for victims to obtain judicial relief. New York In June, the New York General Assembly adopted several significant changes to New York State’s anti-discrimination statute (known as the … Continue Reading

January 1, 2019 Deadline for Manufacturers Bidding on New York State Contracts

Before ringing in the New Year, manufacturers bidding on competitive New York State contracts should keep in mind that after January 1, 2019, entities submitting bids must certify that they have adopted a sexual harassment policy that meets New York State’s mandated minimum standards, and provide annual training for all employees, including those working outside … Continue Reading

Continued EEOC Scrutiny Over Inflexible Leave Policies

Based on recent 2014 reports, the EEOC is continuing its trend of pursuing lawsuits against large employers who have allegedly violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by failing to provide employees with reasonable accommodations in the form of leave.  The common thread in most of the cases is the employer’s unwillingness to be flexible.  For example, the EEOC … Continue Reading
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