Archives From 'October 2017'

New Gender Harassment Training Law Takes Effect Amid Uptick in Public Claims

California has expanded its anti-sexual harassment training law to specifically include gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation. Employers need to ensure their training programs are up to date. […]

Don’t Ask About Politics, Religion, And Now, Salary History

Beginning January 1, 2018, employers cannot ask job candidates how much they made at previous jobs as they determine whether to extend an offer of employment and how much to pay them. […]

Working From Home Should Be All Business

Remote work and telecommuting is very appealing, and can be considered a reasonable accommodation for a disabled employee under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Here are some helpful guidelines. […]