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Appeals court rules no pretext found in ADEA discrimination case

Appeals court rules no pretext found in ADEA discrimination case

| March 23, 2015 | Articles

The Tenth Circuit recently ruled that pretext would not be found if an employer terminated an employee based on a genuine belief that the employee had violated company policy. Background Linda Tatom was 56 years old when she began working as an at-will employee at the Guthrie Job Corps Center (GJCC) in Guthrie, Oklahoma, in […]

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‘More’ does not equal ‘different’ when job duties are comparable under the Equal Pay Act

‘More’ does not equal ‘different’ when job duties are comparable under the Equal Pay Act

| March 20, 2015 | Articles

It has long been thought that the Equal Pay Act (EPA) does not apply if the male and female employees being compared for purposes of establishing pay disparities spend significant amounts of time on different job duties, even when some duties overlap. However, the Tenth Circuit recently held that if a female employee performs additional, meaning different, […]

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Not following instructions will still get you fired, even when you engage in protected activity

Not following instructions will still get you fired, even when you engage in protected activity

| March 17, 2015 | Articles

In Meyers v. Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld judgment for the employer even though the plaintiff had engaged in legally protected activity because she disregarded her supervisor’s instructions. The facts Donna Meyers was the adult education coordinator for the EMT program at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center. The school […]

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OFCCP proposes updated regulations on discrimination on the basis of sex

OFCCP proposes updated regulations on discrimination on the basis of sex

| March 2, 2015 | Articles

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently announced proposed regulations updating its current regulations for federal government contractors and subcontractors regarding discrimination on the basis of sex. The proposed regulations are the first substantive update to the “Sex Discrimination Guidelines” adopted by the OFCCP in 1970. The OFCCP’s press […]

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Job descriptions continue to be critical in defending against disability claims

Job descriptions continue to be critical in defending against disability claims

| February 26, 2015 | Articles

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed summary judgment on behalf of the employer in a case where the employee claimed that the requirement to be a Department of Transportation-certified driver was not an essential function of his position. David Hawkins was facilities supervisor for Schwan’s Home Service. His primary job duties were to […]

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<small><em><small><u>EMPLOYMENT LAW ALERT</u></em><font color=white> » </font></small></small> <br />More FMLA rights for same‑sex couples

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More FMLA rights for same‑sex couples

| February 24, 2015 | Articles

Under a new rule published yesterday by the Department of Labor (DOL), beginning March 27, 2015, same-sex couples will enjoy expanded Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) rights. The FMLA provides eligible employees with job-protected leave for a number of family and health-related situations, including: To care for a spouse suffering from a serious health […]

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Employer beware: NLRA rulings often conflict with existing employer policies

Employer beware: NLRA rulings often conflict with existing employer policies

| February 20, 2015 | Articles

One of the biggest misconceptions employers have is that the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) only applies to unionized employers. As a result, employers may hear of an adverse ruling from the National Labor Relations Board – or NLRB, the federal agency that issues rulings regarding the NLRA – and simply ignore it. This attitude […]

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Texas court rules disabled employees must ask for accommodations

Texas court rules disabled employees must ask for accommodations

| February 17, 2015 | Articles

What’s an employer to do when a disabled employee has repeated opportunities to ask for an accommodation but doesn’t act on them? In a recent case, a federal court in Texas ruled that the employer was justifiable in terminating an employee who didn’t follow company procedures or ask for an accommodation.

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