News by Category: EEOC

Kicking Off the New Year: Are You In Compliance?

The New Year is here and with it come new goals for federal agencies, and new rules and regulations taking effect.  With a new administration, a new political agenda, and several pending rules and regulations in the works, employers must ensure they are kicking off the New Year right.  The … Read More »

EEOC Guidance for Employer-Provided Leave and the Americans with Disabilities Act

The EEOC recently published general information for employers and employees discussing how and when leave relating to an employee’s disability must be granted in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).  The ADA requires employers covered under the ADA to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities who are … Read More »

EEOC Issues Final Rule on Employment Wellness Programs and the ADA

On Tuesday May 17, 2016 the EEOC issued its final rule on employer wellness programs. The new rule describes how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will apply to employer offered wellness programs. The new rule will only apply to wellness programs that require employees to answer disability related questions … Read More »

New EEOC Nationwide Procedures Threaten the Confidentiality of Position Statements

by: Carolyn Witherspoon   New EEOC Nationwide Procedures Threaten the Confidentiality of Position Statements Employers be warned–the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) just announced new procedures that could allow potentially disgruntled charging parties to get their hands on information that you intended to keep confidential. According to an announcement made … Read More »