With the prevalence of medical marijuana laws in this country, I routinely get asked by employers what are the rules where an employee has a medical marijuana card? Can I still do pre-employment screening? What if they are using at work? Do I have to accommodate medical marijuana in the workplace? Get the answers to… Continue reading Afraid Your Workers Might be Like Cheech and Chong with Medical Marijuana?
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A new article in Bloomberg details an unusual (to put it diplomatically) strategy that some male executives in the financial sector are using to avoid claims of sexual harassment: No more dinners with female colleagues. Don’t sit next to them on flights. Book hotel rooms on different floors. Avoid one-on-one meetings. In fact, as a wealth… Continue reading Reminder: Sex Discrimination is NOT the Solution to Sexual Harassment
As 2018 winds to a close, the EEOC has released a report showing the agency has been a busy bee in 2018. As part of the EEOC’s 2018 Performance Accountability Report, the EEOC has made public a wide range of data regarding its activities for the 2018 fiscal year, which closed as of September 30th. The… Continue reading 2018 in Review: The EEOC Has Been Busy
Earlier this year, New Jersey enacted a law to protect breastfeeding employees and require employers to provide certain accommodations to breastfeeding employees. Notably, this law required reasonable accommodations as a general matter but also noted that reasonable accommodation “shall include reasonable break time each day to the employee and a suitable room or other location with… Continue reading NJ Legislation to Expand Accommodations for Breastfeeding Employees Proposed
It’s been a busy month for those keeping an eye on one of the most pressing questions in employment law: whether Title VII, which prohibits sex discrimination in employment, also inherently prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity. Last week, the US Department of Justice argued to the Supreme Court that workplace discrimination on… Continue reading Latest Updates: Title VII and Gender Identity
Today is Tuesday, October 30th, 2018, marking less than a full calendar week until the polls open across the country for the 2018 elections. (This, of course, doesn’t include the many states that offer some form of early voting.) And while “midterm” elections such as this year’s have historically seen lower turnout, a mix of… Continue reading Have You Reviewed Your State’s Voting Leave Laws?