Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 01-13-2018 06:21 AM
Synopsis: The ADA can be complicated, but we've simplified the major points of the law for you. The ADA was passed as the civil rights bill for people with disabilities. Negative misperceptions about disabled workers made it very difficult for them to find meaningful work. As a result, the country lost the benefit of all the skills and knowledge disabled employees possess. With the ADA, lawmakers sought to right that wrong. The ADA makes it illegal to discriminate against people with disabilities in hiring practices and on the job and allows them to bring their talents into the workplace. This improves the economy as a whole and gives everyone with a disability the chance they deserve.
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 01-04-2018 09:03 PM
Synopsis: In 2017, California passed Senate Bill 396 which mandates supervisor training on the rights of employees based on gender identity, gender expression, transgender, and sexual orientation. The bill makes California's LGBT legislation some of the most progressive in the country. California supervisors must now be trained as part of their bi-annual sexual harassment training on this subject. Although the law doesn't specify the length of training, it must be included. This article lists all of the LGBT rights in California.
Posted: 08-20-2017 09:42 PM
Synopsis: This general overview of U.S. Anti-Trust law covers the three 100 year old laws - the Sherman Act, The Clayton Act and the FTC Act shape the bulk of the law.
Posted: 08-20-2017 09:29 PM
A general overview of the requirements of California's AB2053 Abusive Conduct Law.
Posted: 08-20-2017 09:08 PM
Synopsis: A general overview of the AB1825 supervisor training requirements in California.