Tag Archives: Employee Training

The DOJ’s Antitrust Scrutiny is Here to Stay

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Over the past couple of years, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has stepped up antitrust enforcement against companies for entering “no-poach” agreements. These “no-poach” or “no-hire” agreements are arrangements entered into between companies that would otherwise compete for the same employees, whereby each company agrees not to recruit/solicit or hire the other’s employees.… Continue reading this entry

What Is the EEOC up to in the Trump Administration?

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Despite having only three active members on its five-member Commission and having no General Counsel, the EEOC has remained quite busy in its strategic enforcement of federal workplace discrimination laws. You may remember that since the 2016 election, the EEOC has been operating with an acting Republican Chair and two Democratic Commissioners, with the remaining … Continue reading this entry

Sexual Harassment Training in the #MeToo Era

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Over the last few months, we have been bombarded constantly with various people across society discussing sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement. Recent news events have led to spirited and sometimes disruptive discussions within the work environment as people take sides in the ongoing political and societal debate.  However, the current environment also provides human … Continue reading this entry

Do You Really Need to go to That Seminar?

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With only a few exceptions (e.g., harassment training in California), employment-related training is voluntary, not mandatory.  We all have so many demands on our time and not enough time in the day to meet them.  As an HR professional, sometimes the last thing you want to do is go to another seminar about harassment, or … Continue reading this entry