The Subcommittee on Workforce Protections of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce announced another oversight hearing of the EEOC.  The…

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In early-2014, the bill to largely ban the use of credit histories for employment was reintroduced in the New York City…

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Jackie Berrien has left the EEOC.  Vice chair, Jenny Yang, has been elevated to the position of chair.  Yang is a former…

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A recent Q&A with Richard Branson in the New York Times reinforced what we already know; many employers support second chances for ex-convicts. …

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Former New Jersey Attorney General, Anne Milgram (D) has been working for the Laura and John Arnold Foundation to better predict risk of…

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I have noted before the work by former New Jersey AG Anne Milgram at the Arnold Foundation to bring evidence-based systems…

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Occasionally, legislation will be introduced to regulate the practice of businesses charging consumers to have mug shots removed from web sites….

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The EEOC received what a SeyfathShaw blog called “a rare partial summary judgment win” in an ADA case, in EEOC v. Midwest…

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The Texas suit against the EEOC over the Commission’s criminal guidance was dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.  U.S. District…

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New Jersey became the latest state to pass the so-called “ban-the-box” bill which, in general, prohibits an employer from inquiring about…

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