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"Gulrótarkaka" kvöldsins

Þrátt fyrir að eyða dögunum að miklu leyti í bakstur og eldamennsku, þá koma kvöld þar sem mig langar að henda í  góðu köku…en…þegar ekki eru til helstu “baksturshráefni” á heimilinu, þá eru góð ráð dýr. 420 more words


EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic

From the 2016 PLUS Conference executive forum session “Interactive Discussion with EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic,” the Commissioner joined us in the Media Zone to discuss enforcement priorities.

International Conference

Laura Lapidus on Workplace Exposures in the Digital Age

From the 2016 PLUS Conference session “The eWorkplace: Exposures in the Digital Age,” Laura Lapidus of CNA joined us in the Media Zone to discuss evolving risks for employers and how carriers are responding.

International Conference

Midwest Chapter Focuses on Gender Identity in the Workplace

On September 14 the PLUS Midwest Chapter hosted It’s About More Than Which Bathroom – Gender Identity Issues Changing Ideas, Changing the Workplace. It was a great event on a timely and important issue. 17 more words


Eastern Chapter Discusses Employment, Fiduciary Exposures

The Eastern Chapter hosted an educational and networking event, New Rules, New Regulations, New Litigation: An Update on Employment Practices & Fiduciary Liability Exposures, on September 13 in New York City. 25 more words


You Snooze You Sometimes Lose: Court Enforces 6 Month Statute of Limitations with Respect to Section 1981 Claim But Not with Respect to Title VII Claim

Did you know that an agreement shortening the time within which to bring an employment law claim may be enforceable?  Indeed, in Order of United Commercial Travelers of Am. 453 more words


Breaking EPL News!

In Hively v. Ivy Tech Cmty. Coll., 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 13746, **54-56 (7th Cir. July 28, 2016), the Seventh Circuit affirmed the district court’s decision granting defendant’s motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s Title VII sexual orientation claim based on the doctrine of stare decisis – relying on the jurisdiction’s precedent determining that Title VII does not protect against same-sex discrimination.  175 more words