The measure will provide federal protection for same-sex and interracial marriages. It also will formally repeal the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which had denied same-sex couples federal benefits.
Convenience store chain Circle K will pay $8 million to resolve allegations that it denied reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees and employees with disabilities as the result of a nationwide settlement with the EEOC.
There is an extensive amount of antisemitism within too many organizations, and much of it is considered acceptable, according to a new study. Even more troubling is that participants in the survey were all hiring managers and recruiters.
Atlanta has joined the list of jurisdictions banning the use of criminal history in hiring.
The fired Georgia employee who won a groundbreaking Supreme Court victory in 2020 for gay rights in the workplace has settled his discrimination case.
A new California law will outlaw discrimination based on a person's reproductive health decisions and expand requirements for contraceptive and family planning coverage for group health plans.
The California legislature has passed a bill that would add the state to the growing list of jurisdictions that require pay ranges to be included in job postings and modify the state's pay data reporting requirements for large employers.
While the case arose out of a prison discrimination lawsuit, the court's in-depth analysis of the ADA has clear implications for employers and is a big win for transgender individuals.
The workplace provisions of a controversial Florida law that placed limits on the content of diversity and inclusion training have been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.
A study examining the EEOC's first-time collection of compensation data concluded that collecting pay data is an important tool for the agency to target its enforcement and investigation efforts and advance pay equity.
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