English-Only Rules

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EEOC Warns English-Only Policies May Be Pretext for Illegal Discrimination

While requiring workers to be fluent in English or to speak English in the workplace isn’t unlawful, per se, an English-only policy may be seen as a pretext for unlawful national-origin discrimination in violation of Title...more

EEOC Cracks Down on Employer English-Only Rules

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently filed suit against Wisconsin Plastics Inc., accusing the manufacturer of discriminating against its workers on the basis of national origin. The suit centers on the 2012...more

Are Proper Names In A Language?

My last name is Bishop. In Spanish, it would be Obispo. If I included Obispo in a corporate name, would that be acceptable to the Secretary of State?...more

English-Only Rule May Present Headaches for Employers

Employers who implement English-only rules often find themselves facing charges of national origin discrimination in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. English-only rules are discriminatory because they tend to...more

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