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Philadelphia Employers May Not Ask Wage History Questions Under New Ordinance

On January 23, 2017, Mayor Kenney signed into law an amendment to the Philadelphia Fair Practices Ordinance making it unlawful for an employer or employment agency to inquire about a prospective employee’s wage history or to...more

Aggregating Pay Data in the New Year: Time to Get Your House in Order

Affected employers should begin data analysis now to be prepared for disclosure of pay information to the EEOC or the OFCCP in 2018. As part of its effort to detect and remedy pay discrimination, the Equal Employment...more

Updating Your Employee Handbook for 2016

Employee handbooks are an important way for employers to communicate rules, expectations and benefits to employees. They also can serve as a way for the company to establish its brand and convey its history and corporate...more

EEOC Takes Sexual Orientation Discrimination to Federal Court

Employers should consider implementing anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies in the workplace that include protections for employees based on their sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. On...more

Court Grants Standing Against Coca-Cola Employer for Breach of Employee Information

The decision does not change the law on what is necessary to prove standing, although it does reinforce the notion that a plaintiff will have standing if he or she can allege a concrete injury. In the latest in a slew of...more

Employees Who Suffer Only Economic Losses From a Data Breach Cannot Sustain a Negligence Claim Against Their Employer

Creating a private cause of action in negligence for data breaches could result in the filing each year of possibly hundreds of thousands of lawsuits by persons whose confidential information may be in the hands of third...more

Philadelphia Mandates Paid Sick Leave for Employees

On February 12, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter signed into law the Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (the Act), which requires most employers to provide paid sick leave to their employees. The law takes effect...more

Transgender Discrimination and the Equal Opportunity Workplace

Although most companies have workplace policies prohibiting discrimination and harassment based on an employee’s sex, race and religion, many companies have not yet added gender identity to the list of protected categories....more

Going Mobile: The Risks and Rewards of a BYOD Program

Employees are increasingly using their personal electronic devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets, for work purposes. The trend, dubbed “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD,” has redefined what it means to “be at...more

Are You Ready For Your Next Audit?

By now, federal contractors should have taken a hard look at their current Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) policies, procedures and documentation to ensure compliance with the new requirements. Under the Office of Federal...more

Nothing Personal: How to be Smart About Your BYOD Workplace Policy (And Why It Matters!)

You might think people are making more out of BYOD than it deserves, that it is a relatively benign issue. Alas, you’d be wrong....more

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)... *Liability and Data Breach Sold Separately PPT Presentation

A majority of people recently surveyed believe that their cellphone is the first thing that gets noticed about them. With smartphones becoming a part of our identity and the convenience of carrying and using just one device,...more

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)... *Liability and Data Breach Sold Separately  [Video]

A majority of people recently surveyed believe that their cellphone is the first thing that gets noticed about them. With smartphones becoming a part of our identity and the convenience of carrying and using just one device,...more

Fifth Circuit Permits Class Action Waivers In Arbitration Agreements

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently handed a victory to employers in D.R. Horton, Inc. v. National Labor Relations Board, 12-60031, 2013 W.L. 6231617 (5th Cir. Dec. 3, 2013), reversing an Order of the National Labor...more

Third Circuit Holds That Shareholder-Director Cannot Sue For Discrimination

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a shareholder-director of a closely held family corporation was not an “employee” under Title VII, and therefore could not sue for discrimination. See Mariotti v....more

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