This year saw a host of changes to California employment laws, and not all of them resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. While the laws changed rapidly to address the needs…

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TOP 10 EMPLOYMENT LAW DEVELOPMENTS OF 2018: No. 6 – #METOO’s DRAMATIC IMPACT ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT LEGISLATION The #MeToo movement went viral on social media and in the news in…

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As we previously blogged here, in April 2016, in Kilby v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc., the California Supreme Court ruled, without providing much guidance, that suitable seating is required “when the…

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Number 49: EEOC Takes On Background Checks Throughout this series, we have touched on facially neutral policies which, although not motivated by unlawful discrimination, have a discriminatory effect on certain…

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Category: Background Checks, EEO,

Number 29: The EEOC Requires Employers to File EEO-1 Reports The EEOC is tasked not only with enforcement and adjudication of employment discrimination; it also has data-collecting requirements.  In some…

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Category: EEO,