Labor & Employment E-Note

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In This Issue:

- High Court to Hear Case on Pregnancy Accommodations

- Supreme Court Says Some Employees Don't Have to Pay Union Fees

- Recent Decision Leaves Questions About Religion in Hiring Process

- NLRB Struggles to Handle Decisions After Invalidated Appointments

- Recent EEOC Suits Hinge on 'Carve-Outs' in Severance Agreements

- L.A. Effort to Rein in Pension Costs Violated Labor Law

- U.S. Trails Other Nations in Family-Friendly Workplace Policies

- Federal Agencies Experiment with New Office Formats to Cut Costs

- Excerpt from High Court to Hear Case on Pregnancy Accommodations:

The U.S. Supreme Court will use a case involving United Parcel Service to decide whether pregnant employees can be denied accommodations such as light duty when other workers with disabilities receive them. The court said it will hear an appeal by a UPS driver who says the company's refusal to give her a temporary light-duty assignment violated the U.S. Pregnancy Discrimination Act.

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