What the heck is “retroactive leniency” and why does it matter?

This falls into the category of “you learn something every day.” When I came across this post by attorney Richard Meneghello, of the law firm Fisher Phillips, my first thought was this had to do with forgiving something done in the past. I wasn’t too far off. Excuses for misconduct In his post, No Excuses: …

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The ADA May Invalidate a High School Diploma Requirement

 Many, many companies require a high school diploma as the first qualification for applying for a job. Well now the EEOC says that the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) may invalidate that high school diploma requirement. According to an informational letter published on their website the EEOC claims that such a requirement may discriminate against …

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