FB EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION BLOG

How Can Smaller Businesses Battling Cash Flow Concerns Comply with FFCRA?

By: Amy Epstein Gluck We are all engaged in the new practice of social distancing in order to try to stem the tide of COVID-19 incidence. It’s not easy, that’s for sure. (Here in my [...]

Employers, COVID-19 Does Not Nullify Privacy Or Other Data Security Laws

I send you into this weekend with a guest post by Marty Robins, one of our amazing Privacy Group partners in Illinois. An expert in all things data privacy, Marty and I talked this week [...]

The Down and Dirty Breakdown of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act—CLARIFICATION

Late last night, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law. Honestly, I could write a five-page description of everything that this law provides and does not provide, but that's not how I [...]

Do We Have To Pay Our Employees If We Send Them Home Because Of The Coronavirus?

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Yesterday, two very different employers asked me how the heck they pay employees who are not working. What do they do? Their businesses may suffer considerable losses, or they fear losing [...]

Employee-Friendly California Provides Specific Guidance to Employers About Leave and Pay Related To COVID-19

By: Amy Epstein Gluck On March 5, 2020, in a FisherBroyles client alert, I provided some answers to several pressing general questions that employers might have about managing their workforce during this turbulent time. If [...]

A Harasser for All Seasons

Now here’s a manager who seemingly has no issue with harassing women, African Americans and foreign-born employees. And now the company, an Ithaca, N.Y. manufacturer, is settling the EEOC’s case which alleged sex, race and national [...]

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”