Tag Archives: Equal Pay

Labor & Employment Quick Takes: Equal Pay Challenges Are Not Likely to Go Away

While the Trump Administration has not declared equal pay to be a key initiative, equal pay challenges for employers are not likely to go away. The Trump Administration has given no indication it will roll-back new EEO-1 reporting requirements, and the void in federal legislation will likely be filled by an increasing hodge-podge of state legislation. Hunton & Williams LLP labor and employment partners Bob Quackenboss and Emily Burkhardt Vicente discuss the challenges that companies will face, and what they can do to prepare.… Continue Reading

Is The Bad Economy Fueling Employment Discrimination Claims?

Expanding on our December 21 post, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on January 11, 2011, announced that private sector workplace discrimination charge filings reached the “unprecedented level” of 99,922 during fiscal year 2010, which ended on September 30, 2010.  According to the data, all major categories of charge filings in the private sector, including … Continue Reading

EEOC Guidance re: Waiver and Release Agreements

On July 15, 2009, the EEOC issued guidance entitled “Understanding Waivers of Discrimination Claims in Employee Severance Agreements.” In this guidance, the EEOC generally explains the waiver of discrimination claims through release agreements and answers questions employees may have about the effect of those agreements on the filing of charges of discrimination and on severance … Continue Reading
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