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A federal court just killed collection of EEO-1 employee pay data dead. Happy Tuesday.

The Employer Handbook

magazine. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requirement for employers with one hundred or more employees to file with the EEOC the “Employer Information Report EEO-1”. of eligible filers have submitted such data for the calendar year 2018. Employer Takeaways.

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How to Save Human Jobs?

Biva Joshi

Based on research done by organizations such as McKinsey , World Economic Forum as well as articles that have been published in the top-notch journals, newspapers, and magazines, in the past few years and especially now, during the pandemic, human capital is on the cusp of being resilient and agile.

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Making Social Media Work for You—Not Against You—in Recruiting for Diversity

HR Daily Advisor

Achieving a diverse workforce and learning how to use social media to recruit talent are two common goals for employers. Gone are the days when employers would specify an age, gender, or other characteristic in a newspaper help-wanted ad. But the technology social media uses also can lead employers to exclusion, rather than inclusion, if they’re not careful. . Social recruiting is about reaching candidates with niche expertise and experience, not about discrimination.

HR’s 2018 year in review part one

cipHR

We look at the employment law rulings and legislatory changes that have been affecting UK HR teams over the past 12 months. Employment tribunals and dispute over ‘worker’ status. Following the abolition of tribunal fees in 2017, there has been a surge in cases making their way through employment tribunals. In this case’s first stage, she must prove she was employed and not self-employed. General Data Protection Regulation.

WIRTW #408 (the “jobs are all jobs and sometimes they suck” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Last week I presented, along with two of my partners, Seth Briskin and Steve Dlott , Hot Topics in Employment Law: What to Worry About in 2016. Discrimination Here’s a novel defense to a discrimination claim. via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog EEOC Requesting Information? via Michigan Employment Law Advisor Social Media & Workplace Technology Technology and the Gig Economy: Will It Cultivate Trust, or Destroy It? —

Your Due Diligence HR Compliance Checklist

HR Digest

Every organization needs to follow an HR Compliance Checklist to stay updated with current laws and regulations. Conduct an annual review of your company policies and procedures to ensure your employee handbook manual is compliant with existing and new laws.

WIRTW #385 (the “there’s no such thing as a free lunch…” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

via Donna Ballman’s Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home Full return to work R.I.P. — via Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act Social Media & Workplace Technology Disparate Enforcement of Social Media Policy May Support Discrimination Claim — via Technology & Marketing Law Blog One Tweet — You’re Out! — via Employment Discrimination Report Are police officers’ Facebook postings protected speech? —

WIRTW #484 (the “what I’m listening to this week” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

If you’re reading this, I know you’re an employment law and HR nerd (it’s okay to admit it; I came to grips with it a long time ago). Here’s what I read this week: Discrimination. via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blogs. Men Must Do More to End Harassment — via Jonathan HR Law. Want to pan your employer online? via Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider. Respect in a Climate of Incivility — via CEO World Magazine.

WIRTW #447 (the “Gorsuch” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

What President Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee Means for Employment Law Cases — via Jason Shinn’s Michigan Employment Law Advisor. via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog. SCOTUS Nominee ‘Excellent’ Choice for Employers — via HR Daily Advisor. Daily Trumpdate: Gorsuch seems to care about real people — via Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider. Workers — via San Antonio Employment Law Blog. via Iowa Employment Law Blog.

WIRTW #439 (the “Texas teardrops” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

If both cases go employers’ way, the DOL will definitely be crying Texas tears over its Thanksgiving turkey. Here’s what else I read this week: Discrimination. via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog. Employers: Groping An Employee Is Still Illegal — via FisherBroyles. 7th Circuit To Revisit Title VII Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ruling — via The Labor & Employment Law Blog. via Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider.