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HR How-To: The EEO-1

Small business owners may have received a letter in the mail from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) about an EEO-1 survey. It looks intimidating and is full of government-speak with lots of forms, but is mandatory for compliance. This year’s …

What Your Office Can Learn from the NFL’s Cheerleader Scandal

Since the “me too” movement gathered momentum earlier this year, a number of current and former cheerleaders for the National Football Leave (NFL) have stepped forward to share their own stories of mistreatment, both on and off the field. Cheerleaders coming clean …

Case Raises Questions About EEOC’s Recent Wellness Regulations

In a recent court case, a US District Court judge issued a ruling that has the potential to undercut the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) regulations regarding employer wellness plans. As a refresher, the rules primarily provide guidance to both employers and …

Five-Point Checklist for ADA Accommodations

Knowing the proper way to respond to an ADA request can be difficult. At the 2017 SHRM Conference and Exposition, lawyers from the Fisher & Phillips law firm crafted a five-point checklist that HR execs can use as they receive – and …

In the News: EEOC ordered to PAY $1.9 million for obscure rule violation

While the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) is well-known for filing lawsuits against employers for perceived violations of even the most obscure rules and regulations, in a recent case, the agency found itself in the hot seat! The case itself has a …

How to Accommodate Employees with Food Allergies

Daycares, schools, airlines and even public parks have in recent years taken steps to ban known food allergens, such as peanuts, in order to keep those with allergies safe. But what do you do if you have a person in your office …
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