Labor & Employment Insights - Summer 2010


In This Newsletter:

1-Skimp Now, Pay Later

5-Religious Discrimination, Harassment and Accommodation

6-Eight Ways to Avoid Age Discrimination Liability


2-From the Editor’s Desk

4-Getting To Know Us

5-Quarterly Quiz

7-Quarterly Pulse

8-Reason Prevails...And Reason Flails

Excerpt from "Skimp Now, Pay Later"

Editor’s note: Currently, several states (California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Maine) have laws that require private employers to provide sexual harassment training. Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont “encourage” private and public employers to provide such training. In addition, many states require that their state agencies conduct sexual harassment training. Because California’s training requirements are the most onerous, this “California Corner” column addresses those requirements, for California employers, and for employers from out of state who do business in California. Even in states that do not have such requirements, harassment training is essential to preventing and successfully defending against harassment claims under federal and all state laws. Constangy offers both live and interactive, computer-based harassment training that complies with all state and federal requirements. If you have never provided harassment training, or if your training needs an update, please contact the Constangy attorney of your choice.

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