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3 Ways Working from Home Can Improve DEI Efforts
3 Ways Working from Home Can Improve DEI Efforts

Vaccinations and low transmission rates mean many businesses can return to “normal.” This means many employees who have spent nearly the last eighteen months working from home are being invited back to their offices. But do they want to return and, if they don’t, should ...

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  • We’ve Adapted to Remote Work—And So Has Sexual Harassment.

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  • Pregnant Workers May Gain Increased Protections

    Legislation is on the horizon that could significantly support pregnant workers. If passed, employers would be bound to accommodate pregnant workers ...

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  • The 7th Circuit Has Broadened the Scope of the Lilly Ledbetter Act

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  • Women of Color Are Still Left Behind by the Legal Profession

    In this year of racial reckoning in our country, a recent American Bar Association (ABA) report reaffirmed what many of us in the legal profession ...

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  • The Impact of the Notorious R.B.G. Will Be Felt for Years

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  • Religious Employers Exempt from Providing Contraception Coverage

    Contraceptive coverage under employer-provided healthcare plans has been an issue of fierce debate over the past decade. Earlier this month, the ...

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    In a widely publicized $20 million lawsuit filed in New York, Plaintiff Nancy Saltzman is suing her former employer, ExlService Holdings, Inc., ...

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