California Employment Law Report

California Employment Law Report

The latest litigation trends, court decisions, & issues on California Employment Law

Tag Archives: EEOC

Five action items to conduct an appropriate harassment investigation

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, Harassment and discrimination
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about an employer’s obligations to conduct effective investigations into harassment claims.  I was side tracked since that post, and promised to write about how employers should conduct the investigations.  This Friday’s Five lists five action items employers should utilize when conducting harassment investigations: 1. Selecting the investigator Employers… Continue Reading

EEOC’s proposal to require additional information about employee’s race, gender, ethnicity and wages, five key issues to understand

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Wage & Hour Law
Happy Friday.  Big data has entered into the employment context.  The EEOC is proposing changing the EEO-1 report to require employers to report about an employee’s earnings based on their race, gender and ethnicity.  Here are five things employers should know about the EEOC’s proposal: 1.      Proposal to add wage data about employees to EEO-1… Continue Reading

Friday’s Five: Five statistics from the EEOC that should get employer’s attention

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Wrongful Termination
EEOCThe EEOC recently disclosed its fiscal year 2015 performance report.  The report is a good reminder to employers of the issues that they may likely face EEOC scrutiny.  Here are five key statistics employers should pay attention to: 1.     EEOC obtained more than $525 million in discrimination suits.  Of this amount, the parties settled disputes… Continue Reading