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Standard Severance Agreements May Need to Be Revised

My colleagues, Bill Hayden and Anne Dwyer, recently published a legal alert addressing two recent cease-and-desist orders issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The lessons learned from the cease-and-desist orders could impact both publicly and privately held employers … Continue reading

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Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities Foundation and Peter Strojnik Have Filed Another Wave of Disability Lawsuits in Arizona

Just as I finished writing about the wave of new Title III Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits in Arizona, ABC15 published an expose on one of the organizations leading the pack in filing thousands of lawsuits– Advocates for Individuals … Continue reading

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The last time Employment and the Law went on a blogcation, the blog was just over a year old. Now, over four years later, I think it’s about time to give my blog another blogcation (and it just so happens … Continue reading

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What Will Be Required By the New EEO-1 Pay Data Collection and Reporting Provisions?

By now, we have all read about the Executive Action and related regulations proposed by the EEOC that will require companies with 100 or more employees (not just federal contractors) to report to the government how much they pay their … Continue reading

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Ways to Boost Employee Morale

Often times the day-to-day issues that human resource professionals encounter with employees are not necessarily the legal “can we or can’t we” types of issues but, rather, are related to employees’ interactions with one another and overall employee morale. It … Continue reading

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