#WorkforceWednesday: COVID-19 Pandemic, Election Rules Challenged, EEOC Limits GC’s Authority - Employment Law This Week®

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COVID-19 Pandemic

The efforts to contain the coronavirus in the United States have entered a new phase, with broad implications for the workplace. Last week, the World Health Organization See more +

It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This weekly newsletter provides you with a cost-free, convenient way to quickly browse the most significant news impacting your workforce.

Watch the week’s top workforce management and employment law news and read further below:

COVID-19 Pandemic

The efforts to contain the coronavirus in the United States have entered a new phase, with broad implications for the workplace. Last week, the World Health Organization designated COVID-19 a global pandemic, triggering a wave of travel restrictions and business closures in the United States. Read the latest developments impacting employers at EBG's Coronavirus Resource Center: www.ebglaw.com/coronavirus.

Amended Election Rules Challenged

As expected, the National Labor Relations Board has seen the first challenge to its amendments reversing the “quickie election” rules. The challenge comes from the AFL-CIO, which filed suit to stop the amendments from going into effect on April 16, 2020.

EEOC Limits General Counsel's Authority

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) voted to limit the authority of its General Counsel to decide which cases to pursue. This decision follows an aborted attempt from the EEOC last year to revoke the General Counsel’s litigation authority completely.

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