Sep
23
2005
Insight

Labor's New Organizing Tactic: Demands by "Minority Unions" for "Members Only" Contracts

Over the past several decades unions have normally demanded to bargain on behalf of employees based on

Sep
21
2005
Insight

I Don't Know Why They Picked Me: 10th Circuit Broadens Requirements For Waiving Age Discrimination Claims

*UPDATED July 19, 2006* Kruchowski v. Weyerhaeuser Co., 423 F.3d 1139 (10th Cir. 2005), withdrawn, and

Sep
13
2005
Insight

Men's Temper Tantrums That Bother Women May Be Sex Discrimination

Screaming and yelling by men at work may now be sex-based discrimination if women at work find the behavior

Sep
13
2005
Insight

New Jersey Confirms That General Managers of Chain Restaurants Are Executive Employees Who Are Exempt From Overtime

In a case with major significance for multi-unit restaurants and, in all likelihood, for retailers generally,

Sep
7
2005
Insight

Beware Misleading and Overbroad EEO-1 Filing Requirements

The ThreatWhen submitting EEO-1 forms to the EEOC, each filing company must indicate whether it is a

Sep
2
2005
Insight

Employers' Responsibilities in the Wake of a Natural Disaster

As the home of jazz is inundated by the sounds of rushing water, hundreds of thousands of employees have

Aug
31
2005
Insight

Aug
29
2005
Insight

Texas Bar & Restaurant Owners Compelled to Take Measures to Prevent Identity Thefts by Employees

Effective September 1, 2005, a law signed by the governor of Texas in May requires every restaurant and

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