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Is EEOC following NLRB’s lead on confidentiality in investigations?

Before lawyers had time to digest the recent ruling from the National Labor Relations Board that an employer violated federal labor law by requesting confidentiality from all employees during internal investigations, they faced another question: was the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission taking the same position?

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Blanket policies against hiring ex-cons could get employers into big trouble

Jane Doe was 19 years old when she was charged with prescription fraud. She altered the quantity on a painkiller prescription she received for tooth pain. To make things right after her youthful mistake, she entered a diversion program and was able to avoid having a criminal record that would follow her for the rest of her life. Or so she thought.

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EEOC transgender ruling could open door to gay bias claims

The recent ruling from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission holding that transgendered workers can bring employment bias claims under Title VII is a “game changer” in employment discrimination law, and could lead to claims under the Act based on sexual orientation.

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