Regulations written for big companies make life difficult for small companies

In a great post on her blog, attorney Robin Shea talked about the new EEOC guidance on sexual harassment that was just released. You can find it here, and you should read it! You have until February 9th to let the EEOC know what you think about it. You need to read Robin’s blog post …

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The EEOC adds two new areas of investigation interest

On October 17, 2016 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released an updated version of their Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) that was originally developed in 2012. In doing so they added two areas of enforcement  of which employers need to be aware. Old areas Before I talk about the new areas it would probably be …

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The EEOC issues a fact sheet on bathroom access

At a client’s the other day we had a discussion about the use of bathrooms by people not the sex listed on the door. In this particular case it was a situation of mistaken identity of a woman in men’s clothing. They were wondering what to do. EEOC issues guidance On May 2, 2016 the …

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