Employers, The EEOC Is Watching

By: Amy Epstein Gluck

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is making some lists and checking them twice, that’s for sure.

Piggybacking on my law partner Rich Cohen’s post about the annual breakdown of the 2019 enforcement and litigation data compiled by the EEOC, the EEOC just promulgated another report—its Annual Performance Report (APR).

In the APR, the EEOC […]

We All Get Older – But No One Likes Being Called a “Hairbag”

My guess is that most people — maybe not all – would not like to be called a hairbag.

What’s a “hairbag??” (No, not that).

A New York Times article today informs us … but first let’s step back a little…

Recall that before I took a hiatus from blogging some months ago, I had a penchant for collecting […]

When Equal Pay Audit Results Lead to Retaliation Claims

By Amy Epstein Gluck

Equal pay is getting a lot of press these days. Indeed, it seems to be a “Hot HR Topic.” (Yes, that IS a thing! OK, just for employment law nerds.)

There’s a federal law requiring employers to provide equal pay for equal work, and, employers should know that most states have equal pay […]