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July 21, 2023

Protecting the Local CROWN: Combing Through Florida’s Ordinances Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Hairstyles and Textures

Although not widespread, ordinances prohibiting discrimination based on natural hairstyles and textures are not completely foreign to Florida.

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July 21, 2023

Hawaii Enacts Pay Transparency Law and Broadens Equal Pay Law

Hawaii SB 1057 requires that certain job listings disclose the hourly rate or salary range that “reasonably reflects the actual expected compensation” for the position being posted.

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July 14, 2023

Maine Legislative Roundup: New Employment Laws Were Enacted This Session

The First Special Session of the 131st Maine Legislature included debate about more than 2,000 bills. Many that were adopted will impact employers in the Pine Tree State.

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July 7, 2023

Connecticut Employers Have New Burdens, Avoid Others, Following 2023 Legislative Session

While significant bills impacting Connecticut employers were signed into law, proposed employer mandates on pay transparency, paid sick leave, and predictive scheduling failed to gain the necessary votes for passage in 2023.

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July 6, 2023

Littler Lightbulb – June Employment Appellate Roundup

This Littler Lightbulb highlights some of the more significant employment law developments at the U.S. Supreme Court and federal courts of appeal in the last month.

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July 5, 2023

Recent Developments in South Korea’s Anti-Discrimination Laws

In the past several years, South Korea has taken significant steps towards strengthening its employment anti-discrimination law.

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July 5, 2023

2022 EEO-1 Reporting Again Delayed

Last week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission revealed that the 2022 EEO-1 reporting deadline is again being postponed.

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June 30, 2023

Nearly 50 Years Later, the Supreme Court “Clarifies” the Undue Hardship Standard in Religious Accommodation Claims

In its June 29, 2023, unanimous decision in Groff v. DeJoy, the United States Supreme Court upended nearly 50 years of precedent by “clarifying” the undue hardship standard in religious accommodation claims under Title VII.

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June 30, 2023

Express Yourself – Supreme Court Rules that Businesses May Deny “Expressive Services” to the Public Based on Their Owner’s Beliefs

A divided Supreme Court held that the First Amendment’s free speech protection bars Colorado from requiring a website designer to create expressive designs that convey messages with which the designer disagrees.

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