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EEOC Proposes Changes to EEO-1 Report, Employers Frustrated

In January 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed significant changes to annual EEO-1 reports in an attempt to pinpoint causes and incidents of pay discrimination across the ...
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Amazon Getting Sued by Drivers for Unpaid Overtime

Amazon is arguably the online retail source to go to when you need virtually anything and you want it soon. After launching its Prime Now program – which promises delivery within just an hour or ...
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Policies for Same-Sex Partners Under the Family Medical Leave Act

Due to a final decision by the United States Department of Labor that took effect on March 27 th, 2015, state rulings on same-sex marriages no longer affect Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) ...
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Thousands of Oil Workers Suffering from Wage Violations

According to recent government findings, 1,300 oil patch workers in the Permian Basin have been severely underpaid over the course of their employment. So severely, in fact, that reports indicate more ...
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