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June 21, 2021

Pandemic-Born Rules: Nevada’s Newest Employment Laws

In its 81st Session, the Nevada Legislature passed and Governor Sisolak signed into law approximately 140 pieces of new legislation. This article highlights key labor and employment laws that will soon take effect, or already are in effect.

Podcast
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June 15, 2021

Tips for Employers Confronting Racially Offensive Symbols in the Workplace

A discussion of how employers can prepare for and respond when potentially offensive symbols appear in their workplace.

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June 15, 2021

Exercise Caution With COVID-19 Vaccine Incentives to Avoid Running Afoul of Gambling Laws

Since the EEOC released its updated COVID-19 guidance greenlighting vaccine incentives, many employers seized the opportunity to offer incentives to employees to both get vaccinated and voluntarily provide proof of vaccination.

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June 14, 2021

Connecticut Passes Law Requiring Disclosure of Wage Ranges to Applicants and Employees

On June 7, 2021, Governor Lamont signed House Bill Number 6380, which requires employers to disclose to applicants and employees the salary ranges for positions.

Dear Littler
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June 14, 2021

Dear Littler: May We Ask Our Employees About Their COVID-19 Vaccination Status?

We’ve been hearing a lot of conflicting information about what we may and may not require of our employees. Because our business is public facing, may we at least ask our employees whether they are vaccinated?

Insight
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June 9, 2021

July is the New January: A Post-Pandemic Look at Emerging Labor and Employment Law Trends

The pandemic seems not to have slowed down state and local lawmakers. Indeed, over 100 new labor and employment laws and ordinances are scheduled to take effect between July 1, 2021 and November 1, 2021.

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June 4, 2021

11th Circuit Finds Employee Conduct May Lead to Termination Even Where the Conduct is the Result of Mental Illness

On May 27, 2021, in Todd v. Fayette County School District, a unanimous three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed the propriety of a school district’s decision to end a mentally ill teacher’s employment.

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June 4, 2021

President's FY 2022 Budget Proposal Boosts Labor and Employment Funding

President Biden released his $6 trillion budget proposal for the 2022 fiscal year. While final spending decisions are decided by Congress, the president’s budget submission typically provides a general idea of where the administration's priorities lie.

Insight
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June 1, 2021

Key Takeaways from the EEOC’s Updated Guidance Regarding COVID-19 Vaccinations, Incentives

On May 28, 2021, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) provided its first comprehensive update of its guidance since December 2020 (before COVID-19 vaccinations were broadly available) regarding COVID-19.

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May 25, 2021

Eleventh Circuit Opinion Provides Insight into the Reach of Third-Party Title VII Retaliation Claims

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit recently issued an opinion concerning the Title VII retaliation protections afforded to third parties.

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