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Employers can legally require their workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19, with some exceptions, according to recen...
05/29/2021
For Employers, The Law Is (Mostly) On Their Side When It Comes To Vaccines

Employers can legally require their workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19, with some exceptions, according to recent EEOC guidance.

Guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says employers can legally require workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine before returning to the office. But workers can claim exceptions.

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05/24/2021

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CAALA Statement on Anti-Semitism.

Over 60 percent of women have been discriminated and retaliated against at work for being pregnant.House Democrats took ...
05/14/2021

Over 60 percent of women have been discriminated and retaliated against at work for being pregnant.

House Democrats took action today to secure protections for pregnant workers by passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.

The new legislation would extend protections beyond those provided by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.

Under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), employers with more than 15 employees would have to make reasonable accommodations to employees and would make it unlawful for employers to deny such requests for the "known limitations related to the pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions of a qualified employee." Some of these accommodations include additional breaks for eating and to use the restroom, limiting heavy lifting, stools to rest on, and more.

#SKLaw
#KnowYourRights
#EmploymentLaw
#LaborLaw
#Pregnancy
#PregnancyDiscrimination
#AntiDiscrimination
#PWFA
#HouseDemocrats
#ExpectingMothers
#Pregnant
#Accommodations

Over 60 percent of women have been discriminated and retaliated against at work for being pregnant.

House Democrats took action today to secure protections for pregnant workers by passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.

The new legislation would extend protections beyond those provided by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.

Under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), employers with more than 15 employees would have to make reasonable accommodations to employees and would make it unlawful for employers to deny such requests for the "known limitations related to the pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions of a qualified employee." Some of these accommodations include additional breaks for eating and to use the restroom, limiting heavy lifting, stools to rest on, and more.

#SKLaw
#KnowYourRights
#EmploymentLaw
#LaborLaw
#Pregnancy
#PregnancyDiscrimination
#AntiDiscrimination
#PWFA
#HouseDemocrats
#ExpectingMothers
#Pregnant
#Accommodations

05/14/2021

No woman should have to choose between her livelihood and a healthy pregnancy. The EEOC will continue to vigorously enforce existing federal laws against pregnancy discrimination.

Logisticare Solutions, LLC to Pay $120,000 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit | U.S. Equal Employment Oppor...
05/11/2021
Logisticare Solutions, LLC to Pay $120,000 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit | U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Logisticare Solutions, LLC to Pay $120,000 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit | U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

PHOENIX – A non-emergency medical transportation company with a call center located in Phoenix, Ariz., will pay $120,000 and furnish other relief to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S.

04/29/2021

#MinimumWage

04/27/2021

#MinimumWage

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04/18/2021
New Zealand Will Now Offer Paid Leave After Pregnancy Loss

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New Zealand already offered paid leave in the event of stillbirths, when pregnancy loss happens after 20 weeks. This new development however, will see that extended to pregnancy losses that occur at any point, not simply from 20 weeks. As well as this, the paid leave applies to both the pregnant per...

#VeuveClicquot, The Big 3-0! A very happy thirtieth birthday to our @gayooshka!
04/09/2021

#VeuveClicquot, The Big 3-0! A very happy thirtieth birthday to our @gayooshka!

We stand in solidarity with Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders against racism, hate, and violence. Together, it is our ...
03/19/2021

We stand in solidarity with Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders against racism, hate, and violence. Together, it is our responsibility to condemn such disturbing and horrific acts and create lasting social change.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have been targeted in nearly 3,800 hate incidents in the past year. Most of the incidents took place against women, in businesses and on public sidewalks or streets. But the events included civil rights violations such as workplace discrimination or refusal of service and online harassment. This needs to end.

#StopAsianHate
#StopAsianHateCrimes
#HateIsAVirus
#StopHate

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03/09/2021

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#ICYMI

During the past year, women’s labor force participation rate has slid back to what it was in the late 1980s. In a statement in honor of #InternationalWomensDay and #WomensHistoryMonth, EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows shared the devastating toll the pandemic has had on women in the workforce and reiterated EEOC’s commitment to address the disparities exacerbated by the pandemic. Read Chair Burrows’ full statement.

https://www.eeoc.gov/wysk/message-eeoc-chair-charlotte-burrows-international-womens-day-and-womens-history-month

Happy #EmployeeAppreciation Day everyone! Employers, appreciate your employees and treat them right ⭐️
03/05/2021

Happy #EmployeeAppreciation Day everyone! Employers, appreciate your employees and treat them right ⭐️

Happy #EmployeeAppreciation Day everyone! Employers, appreciate your employees and treat them right ⭐️

The House of Representatives has passed the Equality Act, legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex, se...
02/25/2021

The House of Representatives has passed the Equality Act, legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation and gender identity.

The legislation would amend federal civil rights laws to ensure protections for #LGBTQ Americans in employment, education, housing, credit, jury service, transportation, government-funded programs, and other areas.

The bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate. It would need at least 10 Republicans to vote with all Democrats to advance the bill.

#Equality
#EqualityAct
#BreakingNews
#EmployeeRights
#KnowYourRights

The House of Representatives has passed the Equality Act, legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation and gender identity.

The legislation would amend federal civil rights laws to ensure protections for #LGBTQ Americans in employment, education, housing, credit, jury service, transportation, government-funded programs, and other areas.

The bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate. It would need at least 10 Republicans to vote with all Democrats to advance the bill.

#Equality
#EqualityAct
#BreakingNews
#EmployeeRights
#KnowYourRights

02/24/2021

LA City Council Is Set To Approve $5 Hazard Pay For Grocery Store Workers! ⚠️

The emergency ordinance would require all grocery store chains in the city with at least 300 or more employees nationwide to pay their employees an extra $5 per hour until L.A. County drops down to the yellow and lowest tier of the state’s coronavirus recovery roadmap.

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#LosAngeles
#LACounty
#HazardPay
#Coronavirus
#COVID19
#HeroPay
#PayOurHeroes
#EssentialWorkers
#EmployeeRights
#KnowYourRights

LA City Council Set To Approve $5 Hazard Pay For Grocery Store Workers
02/24/2021
LA City Council Set To Approve $5 Hazard Pay For Grocery Store Workers

LA City Council Set To Approve $5 Hazard Pay For Grocery Store Workers

The emergency ordinance would require all grocery store chains in the city with at least 300 or more employees nationwide to pay their employees an extra $5 per hour until L.A. County drops down to the yellow and lowest tier of the state’s coronavirus recovery roadmap.

01/29/2021

On this day in 2009, I signed my first bill into law: the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. The legislation was named after an unassuming Alabaman who deep into a long career at the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, had discovered that she’d routinely been paid less than her male counterparts.

Lilly would go on to file a wage discrimination suit against the company. It should have been a slam dunk, but in 2007, defying all common sense, the Supreme Court had disallowed the lawsuit. According to Justice Samuel Alito, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act required Lilly to have filed her claim within 180 days of when the discrimination first occurred—in other words, six months after she received her first paycheck, and many years before she actually discovered the pay disparity. For over a year, Republicans in the Senate had blocked corrective action (with President Bush promising to veto it if it passed). But thanks to the quick legislative work by our emboldened Democratic majorities, the bill sat ready to be signed on a small ceremonial desk in the East Room.

Lilly and I had become friends during the campaign. I knew her family, knew her struggles. She stood next to me that day as I put my signature on the bill, using a different pen for each letter of my name. I thought not just about Lilly but also about my mother, and my grandmother, Toot, and all the other working women across the country who had ever been passed over for promotions or been paid less than they were worth. The legislation I was signing wouldn’t reverse centuries of discrimination. But it was something, a small step forward. This is why I ran, I told myself. This is what the office can do.

A new day. 🇺🇸
01/20/2021

A new day. 🇺🇸

12/24/2020

Christmas Brunch with our favorite bunch! ☃️

12/24/2020

Christmas Brunch with our favorite bunch! ☃️

12/24/2020

Christmas Brunch with our favorite bunch! ☃️

Christmas Brunch with our favorite bunch! ☃️
12/24/2020

Christmas Brunch with our favorite bunch! ☃️

11/26/2020

🍁Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! 🍁 A very difficult year, but still so much to be thankful for. #CountYourBlessings

11/26/2020

🍁Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! 🍁 A very difficult year, but still so much to be thankful for. #CountYourBlessings

🍁Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! 🍁 A very difficult year, but still so much to be thankful for. #CountYourBlessings
11/26/2020

🍁Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! 🍁 A very difficult year, but still so much to be thankful for. #CountYourBlessings

11/18/2020

A very special birthday spread. These may be difficult times for Armenians everywhere, but it’s always nice to remember and celebrate our roots ❤️💙🧡

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