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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

  • 15
  • August
  • 2019

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Does Fifth Circuit Ruling Allow Employers to Discriminate Against Ex-Felons?

In 2012, the EEOC issued guidance stating that blanket bans on hiring employees with criminal records disproportionately impact minorities and instructing employers to ensure that their hiring policies link specific criminal conduct to the risks inherent to a particular position. The State of Texas challenged that guidance on the grounds that it should be allowed to categorically exclude felons from certain categories of public jobs and the District Court enjoined the EEOC from enforcing its guidance.

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  • 25
  • April
  • 2019

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The Supreme Court All But Ends Classwide Arbitration, Delivering A Win For Employers

When most employers think about arbitration with their employees, they think about arbitrating the claims of one employee at a time. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed this week in Lamp Plus, Inc., et al. v. Varela, deciding that parties cannot be compelled to arbitrate class actions unless the arbitration agreement explicitly calls for class arbitration (something that virtually no arbitration agreement does).

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