Are questions about a job applicant’s salary history fair game or off limits?
Prior salary history is a common question asked of job applicants, both during interviews and on job applications. Until recently,
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U.S. House passes bill to substitute overtime pay with time off
On May 2, 2017, the Executive Office of the President issued a statement supporting a new House bill, H.R. 1180.
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Appeals court rules diagnosed mental impairment not proven to be actual disability
As many employers know, the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) broadened the scope of who may be considered disabled
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Recruiting for youthful workforce leads to age discrimination lawsuits
Some companies may believe that projecting a youthful and energetic image is important to their brand. Two recent court cases,
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Employer liable for off-duty murder?
Companies often assume they are not responsible for interactions between employees that happen off-site after hours and that are unrelated
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Employer successfully fights EEOC subpoena
Any employer that has gone through an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation knows one thing is certain: you will
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Diversity, Respect and Inclusion
Roberta Fields . Charlie Plumb In a culture that has become increasingly divisive on a number of fronts – including
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EmployerLINC17 draws large crowds looking for answers about new administration
In the wake of the recent transition of power in Washington, D.C. from one administration to another, McAfee & Taft’s
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The Affordable Care Act is here to stay
In the last few weeks we have talked to hundreds of employers about the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which
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JurisIQ Learning Center adds Healthcare Law Compliance courses
The JurisIQ Learning Center, an online training service provided by the law firm of McAfee & Taft, has announced the
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