Topic: pregnancy discrimination

In California, Pregnancy Leave May Be Longer Than You Think…

California employers take note: the state’s Pregnancy Disability Leave Law provides up to four months of leave, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give pregnant employees more time if they need it. That’s what the state’s Court of Appeal ruled in Sanchez v. Swissport. The background, from Andrew Satenberg and Jessica Rosen of law firm… Read more »

New Year Brings New California Employment Laws

California employers and HR managers take note: the winds of change are blowing in your state, and they’re headed right for your employment practices… On January 1, 2013, a broad range of new and revised labor regulations go into effect. Here’s a look at nine of them: 1. Written contracts for employees on commission: “Beginning… Read more »

Workplace Discrimination: Latest Need-to-Know from JD Supra

We welcome one of our newest JD Supra contributors — the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission — with a roundup of recent updates on workplace discrimination and related legal issues. For your reference: ATK to Pay $100,000 to Settle EEOC Race Discrimination Case (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission): “Alliant Techsystems, Inc. (ATK), a Minnesota-based company that… Read more »