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California Bill Targets Pay Equity

California legislators passed a bill that would mandate employers to list salary ranges with jobs they post in the state. So reports The Register.


Kentucky Union Organizer Alleges Amazon Fired Him As Retaliation

A 22-year-old man who led an effort to unionize a Kentucky Amazon warehouse alleges the e-commerce giant fired him late last month as punishment. So reports CNBC.


Chicago Employers Contend with Changes to Sexual Harassment Law  

Amendments to the City of Chicago’s sexual harassment ordinance are inconsistent with its existing law in this area and this has raised a number of concerns among legal experts. So reports JD Supra.


Man Gets $450K After Workplace Birthday Party Triggered Panic Attack

Kevin Berling, a former employee of lab testing company Gravity Diagnostics, was awarded $450,000 after suing the company for throwing him a birthday party. So reports The Washington Post.


Pandemic Heightens Caregiver Attention for Employers

The COVID-19 pandemic has shined employers’ attention on workers’ rights in their role as caregivers amid recent guidance from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).


Discrimination a Looming Headache for HR, But Doesn’t Have to Be  

Overworked human resources departments face big challenges with discrimination that can undermine workplace culture and push away top employees, but being proactive in understanding the concerns can help head off problems. So reports Fast Company.


IBM Fights Back Against Age Bias Suit

IBM is defending itself against a lawsuit that alleges the firm engaged in age discrimination and that cites one executive referring to older employees as “dinobabies.” So reports Fortune.


T-Mobile Sets April 2 Deadline for Corp Staff to Be Vaxxed or Fired  

T-Mobile US is warning its U.S. corporate workers that failure to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by April 2 will result in termination. So reports Bloomberg.


Supreme Court Vax Ruling Piles on Headaches for HR  

The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that halted a vaccine mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees places a heavy burden back on human resources leaders and employers dealing with the politically charged and contentious issue.


Corporate America Way Behind in Welcoming Transgender Workers: McKinsey  

A new McKinsey report finds that U.S employers are failing to create a workplace environment that is as welcoming and inclusive for transgender employees as it is for their cisgender counterparts. So reports McKinsey & Company.


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