The State of Connecticut has announced that in January 2019 it will begin requiring private-sector employers without their own workplace-based retirement plans to enroll employees in IRAs sponsored by the state.
The DOJ recently responded to a letter sent by 103 members of Congress asking it to take steps to stop the flood of lawsuits against businesses over their alleged failure to make their websites sufficiently accessible to individuals with disabilities.
In the days leading up to the confirmation vote on Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh, more than half of Americans said they had engaged in political discussions in the workplace about his confirmation battle.
With less than six months to go until the UK leaves the EU (and, possibly, enters a transitional period that will last until January 1, 2021) it is worth taking stock of the EU workforce's position in the UK.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has held that the FAA does not preempt a Kentucky statute barring employers from requiring employees to waive, arbitrate, or diminish statutory rights as a condition or precondition of employment.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s litigation program brought 66 lawsuits alleging workplace harassment (41 alleging sexual harassment) in FY 2018, a more than 50% increase over the prior year.