North State SHRM News & Legal Updates
Your source of relevant news in HR in the North State, California and nationwide.
Does the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) require minimally-qualified disabled employees to be granted special preferences in hiring over nondisabled applicants? …read more
Job candidates are waiting longer in 2017, on average, to get all the way through the job interview process, according to new research from Glassdoor. …read more
Women—more than men—feel that they can’t speak with candor in the workplace, can’t be up front about ethical concerns and aren’t treated considerately by managers, according to Mercer researchers. Here’s what leaders can do to rectify that. …read more
From:: Why Women Disengage at Work
West Virginia’s right-to-work law will be enforceable beginning Oct. 15. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, has dismissed a lower court’s preliminary injunction blocking implementation of the legislation. …read more
Littler’s Russ McEwan and Lindsay Sorin discuss some of the most common wage and hour issues that our construction industry clients face, and offers practical solutions to minimize risk.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) investigative authority does not end when it issues a right-to-sue letter to the complaining employee, or even when the employee’s claim has been settled or dismissed. …read more
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