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The Government Agency Clash On Whether “Because of Sex” Includes “Sexual Orientation”

Today, while it is understood that the phrase “because of sex” includes gender stereotyping, the law remains in flux as to whether discrimination “because of sex” includes discrimination because of “sexual orientation.” CONTINUE READING...

Buy American Hire American: New Executive Order on H-1B Visas for Foreign Workers

On April 17, 2017 the President signed a new Executive Order that directs federal agencies to review employment immigration laws to promote "Hire American" policies. The Order will most likely impact the H-1B visa programs. CONTINUE READING...

The DOJ And FTC Crack Down On Competition Amongst Firms For Employees

At the end of last year, the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division (“DOJ”), and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), jointly authored a guidance to address potential violations of anti-trust laws impacting employee hiring and compensation decisions. The guidance was intended to encourage Human Resources professionals and other decision makers to institute safeguards in situations where companies are attempting to hire the same employees by expressly prohibiting “inappropriate” discussions or agreements. CONTINUE READING...