As featured in #WorkforceWednesday:  This week, we look at the additional guidance the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued regarding caregivers.

EEOC Focused on Caregiver Discrimination

The COVID-19 pandemic brought caregivers and the issues they face to the forefront. The EEOC released new guidance that helps employers support caregivers while avoiding discrimination risks that could arise. Attorney Ann Knuckles Mahoney tells us more. You can also read more in our blog post.

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New York Bolsters Harassment and Discrimination Protections

Employers in New York State should be aware of recent new laws as well as some pending bills, all of which seek to bolster harassment and discrimination protections for employees. Read More.

 Wage and Hour Budget Boost Falls Short

The government’s fiscal year 2022 budget includes a $5 million increase for the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division. Despite the increase, the budget falls short of meeting priorities. Attorney Paul DeCamp speaks about the budget with Law360.  Read More.

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