SuperVision - Labor & Employment Law Insights - Issue 1, March 2019

The Editor's Note -

Welcome to 2019's first edition of SuperVision, the e-newsletter from Spilman Thomas & Battle's Labor & Employment Law Group...

...In this edition of SuperVision, Carrie Grundmann explains a recent Fourth Circuit decision making clear that gossiping about a female employee "sleeping her way to the top" can constitute sexual harassment; Mitch Rhein examines the National Labor Relations Board's recent reversal regarding how it will define independent contractors versus employees subject to the National Labor Relations Act; and Chelsea Thompson takes a look at recent EEOC regulation changes regarding wellness program incentives...

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