Walmart has agreed to pay $14 million to resolve a class action Pregnancy Discrimination Act case. The suit accused the nation's largest retailer of denying pregnant women similar accommodations that it provided for workers with disabilities.
Two former Wendy's employees have filed a lawsuit in Illinois against the restaurant chain claiming that the way that the company stores and handles biometric data violates the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).
In a new opinion letter, the US Department of Labor responded to an employer whose employees are subject to collective bargaining agreements that provide job protection when they use employer-provided paid leave for certain medical and family reasons.
Almost eight in 10 respondents to a survey conducted by the staffing and recruitment company Randstad reported that their current employer's dress code policy is either business casual (26%), casual (33%) or non-existent/no dress code at all (20%).
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