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New York City Prohibits Inquiries Into Salary History
April 17, 2017
On Thursday May 4, New York Mayor de Blasio signed Int. No. 1253-A, the bill prohibiting NYC employers from inquiring about the salary history of an applicant or relying on an applicant’s salary history to determine the applicant’s salary, benefits, or other compensation. This legislation goes into effect on October 31, 2017.
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The NLRB Rules That It Will Assert Jurisdiction Over Nonteaching Employees of Religious Institutions And Nonprofit Religious Organizations
April 13, 2017
In its decision last week in Saint Xavier University, the NLRB established the test it will use to determine whether it will assert jurisdiction over nonteaching employees of religious institutions.
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What Does the Successful Nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court Mean for Employers?
April 12, 2017
On April 10, 2017, Judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as the newest Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Title VII Now Covers Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
April 5, 2017
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has determined that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act bars discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
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Supreme Court Holds Deferential Standard is Appropriate for EEOC Subpoena Reviews
April 4, 2017
n a 7-1 decision,the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that appellate courts should use a deferential abuse-of-discretion standard to review a district court’s decision on whether to enforce an EEOC subpoena.
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