Labor & Employment

Employers are wondering if they’ll have to add pay data to the information on race, sex, and ethnicity they must already send to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, after a federal judge this week said the Trump administration failed to justify why it put a freeze on new pay data requirements finalized by the EEOC in 2016.

Gender Pay Reporting May Start in Weeks Across Corporate America

Companies with more than 100 employees will have to report to the U.S. government data about how much workers are paid broken down by sex, race and ethnicity, possibly as soon as this spring, …

Walmart’s Elimination of Greeters May Open New Front on ADA Law

Walmart Inc.'s move to shift its iconic People Greeter jobs into ones requiring more physical duties may set new legal precedents for how a business can adjust its workforce within the limits of the …

New Work Suits: Oracle Hit With Age, Sex Bias Claims

Oracle Corp. was sued by a 66-year-old sales representative who alleges that despite her successful record, she was subjected to intimidation and marginalization and wrongfully fired because of her …