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With more than 20 years of experience in employment litigation, Robin Shea has proven to be an authority in employment law. A partner with Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP, Ms. Shea has involved in litigation that has included anti-discrimination laws, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and class and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage-hour laws. As the principal author of the firm’s blog, Employment and Labor Insider, Robin draws on her experience as a trial lawyer and advisor to human resources professionals, management, and employees when discussing various cases and regulations.
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When it comes to the pay gap between men and women, I am a skeptic. Well, wait a minute. Let me try that again. I'm not skeptical about the existence of the pay gap. I'd be a fool to deny all that cold, hard reality. I just don't think it's usually a result of sex discrimination. Nearly all of the...
The Wall Steet Journal has a feature on "Five of the Costliest Tweets Ever." (Subscription required, but I'll tell you all you need to know below.) This morning, Jon Hyman of Ohio Employer's Law Blog tweeted a link to a great flow chart from HR Bartender entitled "Should I Send This Email." Both...
How many readers knew it was illegal to discriminate against white people . . . or guys? The reason I ask is that we had a decision this week from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which hears appeals from federal courts in the states of Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri,...
I was all set to write this week about the EEOC's new Strategic Plan for 2012-16, but it was so darned vague, I'm not sure what I can meaningfully say about it. (In Roget's Thesaurus, or maybe it was The Devil's Dictionary, somebody said "strategic" was a synonym for "so indefinite that you can...
Fellow blogger Jon Hyman, among others, has already written an eloquent critique of the latest report from the Office of the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board on social media and protected concerted activity, and Dan Schwartz has a good roundup of what labor lawyers are saying...