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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which establishes emergency paid sick leave and emergency leave programs, will go into effect on April 2.
legal issues, spotlight, coronavirus
Attorneys George Hlavac and Edward Easterly discuss potential pitfalls in the application and interview for applicants and employers.
legal issues, interviewing, journal
A Massachusetts U.S. District Court judge has ruled that Harvard University’s admissions process does not discriminate against Asian-American applicants.
legal issues, spotlight
Under a final rule issued recently by the U.S. Department of Labor, employees who make less than $35,568 are now eligible for overtime pay.
The OFCCP released a set of FAQs to help contractors with campus-like settings determine whether to maintain one or multiple affirmative action programs.
legal issues, spotlight, OFCCP
Affirmative action programs in educational institutions once again have come to the forefront, this time with Harvard University being accused of discrimination. The issues in such a case are complex, but the decision may have a ripple effect for other educational institutions and the policies they have adopted.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, journal
For the fifth straight year, the OFCCP has reduced the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act benchmark.
legal issues, veterans, spotlight, OFCCP
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently made further guidance about its Section 503 focused reviews available.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, discrimination, spotlight, OFCCP
the partial government shutdown, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
has extended the 2018 EEO-1 filing deadline to May 31, 2019.
personality tests to screen out unsuitable candidates and screen in ones with
potential. Employers need to understand the legal pitfalls; job seekers need to
understand their legal rights.
legal issues, journal