Tag Archives: EEOC

“Georgia On [Manufacturers’] Minds”

Regular readers of this blog know that I have been cautioning manufacturers about what I expect will become a significant “snap back” in federal workplace regulations because of Joe Biden’s election as president.  It may be time to consider the changes which may lay ahead. During his first term, President Biden will be able to … Continue Reading

Testing Issues Twist Manufacturers

The Novel Coronavirus, the speed by which science continues to discover new aspects of the disease and the response of the United States government to these developments has tested manufacturers.  One aspect of this testing concerns, well, testing. The Americans with Disabilities Act has long banned manufacturers from requiring medical evaluations unless both “job-related” and … Continue Reading

Deadlines Approaching: Large Manufacturers Must Submit 2017 and 2018 Pay Data

Key Dates:  May 31, 2019 and September 30, 2019 You may have been following the complex twists and turns involving the collection of employee pay and demographic data by the EEOC.  While the landscape seems to be constantly changing, pending a stay of the court order in National Women’s Law Center, et al., v. Office … Continue Reading
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