Employment Law This Week, April 10, 2017: Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Indefinite Leave, “Purple … – The National Law Review

Employment Law This Week, April 10, 2017: Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Indefinite Leave, “Purple …
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We invite you to view Employment Law This Week – a weekly rundown of the latest news in the field. We look at the latest trends, important court decisions, and new developments that could impact your work.

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Attorney General Mike Hunter to host employment law conference in Tulsa – Guymondailyherald


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Attorney General Mike Hunter to host employment law conference in Tulsa
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Attorney General Mike Hunter and the Office of Civil Rights Enforcement (OCRE) will host a free education and training conference on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, at the OSU-Tulsa Conference Center. The day-long conference will focus on employment law …

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Employment Law This Week March 6, 2017: Whistleblower Case Dismissed, ADEA Claims, Future Trump NLRB, NY … – The National Law Review

Employment Law This Week March 6, 2017: Whistleblower Case Dismissed, ADEA Claims, Future Trump NLRB, NY …
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Employment Law This Week March 6, 2017: Whistleblower Case Dismissed, ADEA Claims, Future Trump NLRB, NY Paid Family Leave [VIDEO]. Tuesday, March 7, 2017. We invite you to view Employment Law This Week – a weekly rundown of the latest …

Richard Lane: What risks do charities face in employment law? – Civil Society Media


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Richard Lane: What risks do charities face in employment law?
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The moment you engage directors and staff, you enter the complex and ever-changing world of employment law. Everything from paternity leave to harassment needs to be scrupulously managed. For charities, having trustees and volunteers in the mix adds …

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