Employment Law

Employment Law (179)

Wells Fargo Employee Alleges Banking Giant Did Not Pay Overtime  

A Wells Fargo & Co. employee has sued the banking giant, alleging that it has skipped out on paying overtime to hundreds of staff in its U.S. branches. So reports Reuters.


Indianapolis Dental Practice, HR Manager Ordered To Pay $22K  

An Indianapolis dental office and its human resources manager were determined to have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act stemming from an employee who was fired, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.


Giant U.S. Crane Company Sued for Racial Discrimination

A Texas-based crane firm is being sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on allegations that it racially discriminated against four Black workers. So reports the Atlanta Black Star.


Illinois Passes Pay Protection Law For Temporary/Day Workers  

Illinois has passed equal pay legislation that aims to lift the salaries of temporary and day workers. So reports The National Law Review.


Expansive Pregnant Worker Protection Law Takes Effect  

Working while pregnant just became a lot easier with a new law that further protects the rights of soon-to-be moms.


Police Officer Alleges Her Transfer To New Unit Amounts To Discrimination  

A St. Louis police officer who alleges that her transfer to a new department was rooted in discrimination will get her case heard in front to U.S. Supreme Court this fall. So reports Reuters.


How Supreme Court Affirmative Action Ruling May Impact Employers  

Employers are on alert for how the U.S. Supreme Court 6-3 ruling late last month to dismantle affirmative action in higher education may impact their recruitment and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.


Target Settles Age Discrimination Allegations

Target has agreed to pay $75,000 to settle allegations that the company discriminated against two older workers when it came to its hiring practices. So reports The HR Digest.


Proposed Ban On Non-Competes Rankles Employers  

Employers and a major lobby group for human resources professionals have geared up to fight a federal agency’s proposal to ban non-competition agreements.


NYC Targets Weight, Height Discrimination with New Law  

How much you weigh or what your height is should play no factor in whether you qualify for a job in New York City thanks to a new law. So reports HR Dive.


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