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Civil rights, other groups push back on short comment period for EEOC conciliation proposal
Notably, the proposed rulemaking was issued before the Commission has even completed its current conciliation pilot. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and 39 other organizations...
Piercing of corporate veil not warranted; car dealership was not an ‘employer’ under Title VII
By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. The car salesman had argued that he should be able to sue the network of car dealerships with which his employer was affiliated. Affirming the district court’s grant of...
Forced to quit after asking much younger woman out, account manager advances ADEA claim
The 54-year-old account manager already had apologized repeatedly for poor performance and questionable judgment when he asked a 21-year-old employee of the business next door for a date. Despite...
OFCCP’s RFI offers contractors a voluntary compliance route under President Trump’s controversial diversity training order
The agency will exercise enforcement discretion to leave contractors alone if they correct any training and materials found “noncompliant.” The DOL’s Office of Federal Contract...
Employee who rejected telework offer was responsible for breakdown of interactive process
He rejected the offer as “not a good option” for accommodating his allergic reactions but failed to explain why. An EPA employee, who rejected telework as an accommodation for his...