As California employers lay out their plans for compliance training in the coming year, the DFEH has clarified how to handle training supervisory employees who may have received AB 1825-compliant training sometime in 2018.
The New Mexico Court of Appeals held in Wolinsky v. New Mexico Corrections Department that the state Fair Pay for Women Act’s definition of “employer” extends to the State of New Mexico and its agencies.
To help employers grapple with enhanced training obligations in the Golden State, this article and the accompanying chart summarize the primary anti-harassment and human trafficking awareness training duties.
While the partial shutdown has kept Congress at an impasse, it should be business as usual at the state and local levels in January. It is a safe bet that many of the 2018 issues that served as midterm election talking points will reemerge.
What is required to obtain class treatment in a Title VII discrimination case? A recent decision has laid out a structure for analyzing commonality in putative class actions involving manager discretion over pay and promotions.
Suffolk County, New York has passed a law making it unlawful for employers and employment agencies with four or more employees to inquire about a job applicant’s salary history or otherwise to rely on such information in setting a new employee’s pay.