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  • Don’t Ask! Salary History Is Now Off Limits

    Delaware has passed a law limiting an employer’s ability to ...
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  • Eleventh Circuit Rules Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is Not Prohibited by Title VII

    On March 10, 2017, the majority of a split Eleventh ...
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  • 2017 State Minimum Wage Rate Increases

    The minimum wage will rise in a number of states ...
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  • Philadelphia City Council Follows Massachusetts in Passing Legislation to Ban Inquiries into Wage History

    Philadelphia has pending legislation to ban salary inquiries as well! ...
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  • “Smart” I-9

    The long awaited new I-9 form has been released! The ...
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  • With the recent OT Injunction issued, employers are asking “now what?”

    Theresa Zechman, employment management and labor relations specialist, Stevens and Lee, offers ...
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  • Texas judge blocks rule and enters a nationwide injunction

    Theresa Zechman,  employment management and labor relations specialist, Stevens and ...
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  • IRS Extends Due Date for Furnishing Form 1095-B/C

    As applicable large employers and employers with self-funded health plans ...
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  • Anticipated Ruling on Injunction

    A Texas federal judge said he’ll decide by Nov. 22 ...
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  • Election 2016

    The results are in. With Donald Trump in office, HR ...
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