Vol. 14 Nbr. 1, January 2019
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- Jury awards $6 million for anti-American bias.
- Politics aside, DOL still takes nursing protections seriously.
- Tell bosses: No comments about health costs.
- Tree service trimmed OT wages, now must pay up.
- No, Title VII doesn't mention marital status, but it can be the basis of a bias claim.
- Only man on the job? That doesn't prove discrimination.
- Sometimes, delayed firing won't stop retaliation claim.
- Track discipline by supervisor--often the most important factor when courts weigh bias cases.
- When employee complains about bias, always investigate before taking any adverse action.
- Start 2019 with comprehensive employee handbook review.
- Alleged tip skimming prompts DOL lawsuit in Lansdowne.
- Fed contractor settles, was accused of hiring bias.
- H-1B visa system would be revamped under DHS rule.
- What to do when you suspect an employee is stealing from you.
- New DOL opinion letters address wage-and-hour issues.
- The Mailbag.