EEOC Proposes Revised Guidance on Retaliation

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has proposed revised enforcement guidance on unlawful workplace retaliation. The proposed guidance will make it easier for employees to assert claims of retaliation, as an employee will only have to establish a “convincing mosaic” of circumstantial evidence to prove retaliation. All of the laws that the EEOC enforces make … Continue reading EEOC Proposes Revised Guidance on Retaliation

Employers get your ERISA house in order

ERISA, the Employer Retirement Income Security Act, was enacted into law in 1974. While the focus of ERISA was retirement plans, the law also imposed requirements on health and welfare plans, including employer-sponsored group health plans. An overview of ERISA’s provisions and requirements is available through the US Department of Labor’s Employment Law Guide. This […] … Continue reading Employers get your ERISA house in order