Excerpted from a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission press release The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) last week released two companion reports examining the federal employment of workers with arrest […]
Excerpted from a Forbes Article by Alonzo Martinez In the intricate landscape of employment law, the Lone Star State has recently taken a bold step by preempting local laws and […]
Excerpted from a VOX article by Rachel M. Cohen Every year, more than 600,000 people leave US state and federal prisons. Then they need to find a place to live. Researchers […]
Excerpted from a Baker McKenzie Blog by Michael Brewer, Benjamin Ho, Goli Rahimi, Zachary Reeves and Robin Samuel California legislators met on April 11 to discuss a proposed overhaul of employment-related criminal background checks. In essence, the proposed law will all but ban employment-related criminal background checks, except for positions for which such checks are authorized or required by statute.