Pregnancy Discrimination

Terminating an Employee on Maternity Leave and Winning the Case: The Eleventh Circuit Affirms a Jury Verdict for Winn-DixieAn employee is on maternity leave and it does not look like she is going to be returning to work. Should you go ahead and terminate her employment during the maternity leave? Wait until it is over to terminate her employment? Require her to come in for an exit interview? Almost all of my clients

Remember: Pregnant Employees Are Entitled to Reasonable Accommodations Too!It should come as no surprise that employers must treat pregnant employees just like everyone else when it comes to reasonable accommodations. We’ve blogged on this topic several times before, but a recent lawsuit by the EEOC in North Carolina merits a renewed focus on the issue.

The EEOC has sued Century Care of

The Poster Post – DOL Updates to Your Employees’ Favorite Area of the Break RoomThe United States Department of Labor (DOL) has revised mandatory federal posters on the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA). By law, employers must display official DOL posters where employees and job applicants can readily see them. Here’s a general overview of the applicable statutes and the specific updates: