Human Resources News & Insights

The return of Opinion Letters: DOL brings back key compliance tool for HR

Good news: HR pros will once again have one of the most useful DOL resources at their disposal to help with an array of tricky compliance issues.

3 EEOC targets to address in your harassment training

The EEOC just issued proposed enforcement guidance on workplace harassment, and it provides a window into the kinds of things the agency’s now looking to prevent – through litigation if necessary. 

EEOC’s latest, best 10 tactics for preventing harassment in the workplace

The EEOC is looking to publish enforcement guidance to address illegal harassment in the workplace. That guidance is being built around several tactics the agency’s suggesting employers take to address this problem. 

Department of Justice releases HR-specific antitrust guidance

You may want to take a few minutes and read the new guidance the Department of Justice (DOJ) released specifically for HR professionals. At 11 pages, it’s pretty concise for a government document. 

EEOC explains rights of employees with mental health conditions

The EEOC continues to issue resource guides for employees suffering from various health conditions to let them know the job protections and benefits available to them under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). But while the guides are written for workers, employers can learn a lot from them. 

EEOC issues new discrimination guidance: 11 changes to pay attention to

The EEOC is supplanting a 14-year-old section in its compliance manual with a brand new set of enforcement guidance. 

New ADA guidance reveals 8 things employers need to know

The ADA’s interactive process has been one of the more vexing aspects of employment law recently. 

Top 7 ADA developments you need to know about now

A lot of new legal ground was just broken with the ADA over the past few months. 

11 reasons to pay attention to EEOC’s new discrimination guidance

The EEOC’s latest proposed guidance covers a topic a lot of employers probably think they already know well: national origin discrimination. But the new guidance throws in a few wrinkles about what’s considered discriminatory — and how to stay in compliance — that employers need to know. 

Finally: EEOC offers a wider perspective on what’s required in ADA leave

There are several things employers want to pay close attention to in the EEOC’s latest document covering the ADA.