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‘Adverse Action’ Different for Discrimination and Retaliation Claims
A former employee’s retaliation claim under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act was reinstated after the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals determined that the district court applied the incorrect standard in dismissing the complaint.

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Confidentiality
Lynn Outwater, Equity Shareholder at Jackson Lewis, shares some unlawful reasons for requiring confidentiality from employees according to the NLRB.

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A Crash Course in Canadian Employment Law
In this April 24, 2013 primer on Canadian employment practices, Kathryn Benson, MIRHR, and Stacy Glass, CHRP, will provide a clear understanding of Canadian employment laws and practices.

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Workflex: The Essential Guide to Effective and Flexible Workplaces

This guide includes research, legal, and experience-based perspectives and in-depth case studies of workplace flexibility as well the tools and techniques needed to translate those perspectives into action.

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The California Employment Law e-newsletter is a monthly e-newsletter that provides the top California employment law news, including updates on state and federal court decisions and analysis of state legislation and regulations.

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