This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for dress codes and appearance policies in the workplace, including to whom they apply, reasons for implementation, types of policies and enforcement.
As required by the EEOC, every employer, employment agency and labor organization that is covered by the federal antidiscrimination laws must post the EEO Is the Law Poster.
Employers should use this form upon receiving a request from an employee for a religious accommodation. The form will help the employer in the interactive process and discussions with the employee regarding reasonable accommodations.
This form is for use by employees who seek to obtain a workplace accommodation based on religion. If an employee's or applicant's religious beliefs conflict with a job requirement, the individual may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation so long as the accommodation does not impose an undue hardship on the employer.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Wisconsin employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to EEO - affirmative action.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Colorado employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to EEO - harassment.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Nebraska employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to EEO - Harassment
In-depth review of the spectrum of New Jersey employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to affirmative action.
HR guidance on understanding the powers and responsibilities of the EEOC.