Articles Tagged with #TitleVII

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I’ve posted links to the first two articles by EEO Legal

Solutions looking at the EEOC’s Fiscal Year 2012 Performance and Accountability

Report. Here, we finish up the series with a look at the final article, which seeks

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A few days ago I posted a short link to an excellent

analysis of the EEOC’s recent Fiscal Year 2012 Performance and Accountability

Report. The first segment of the analysis was highly skeptical of the EEOC’s

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Here are a few links to some interesting stories from the

last week. There are a couple of articles about interesting developments in the

world of pension funds, as well as analysis of a recent Supreme Court oral

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With the use of real-time social media posts becoming

ubiquitous, employees need to be increasingly aware of the possibility that

what they post on Facebook or Twitter may be discoverable in a potential

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With the holiday coming up, I wanted to write a quick post

linking to some interesting (and in one case bizarre) labor and employment law

stories. I hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving.

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With no big news items recently, I wanted to post a roundup of a

couple of interesting developments that have come out this week. One recap looks

at changes on the horizon in Mexican labor law that may help to mobilize the

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With Election Day only hours away, I thought it would be a

good time to share some posts on employment law issues that may arise

tomorrow. Most issues tend to focus on employees taking leave from work, but there are also some issues

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