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  • Tuesday, July 17, 2018

    By Dena B. Calo and Ruth A. Rauls
    The #MeToo movement has empowered women and men to speak out about their personal experiences with sexual harassment in and around the workplace. People may choose to speak out in various ways—for example, by reporting a formal complaint to their employer, sharing their allegations on social media, or making other public disclosures. The discussions—and sometimes very public statements—about inappropriate conduct, sexual harassment, or even sexual assault have shined a spotlight on the pervasiveness of the issue across multiple industries. The impact of these #MeToo allegations, resignations, and public discourse should prompt companies to reexamine their processes for handling complaints and allegations.
  • Monday, July 16, 2018

    By Jane Meacham, Contributing Editor
    Retirement plan trade organizations and advocates, law firms, and other affected parties proposed to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) an expanded range of circumstances they believe merit review and determination letter judgment by the tax agency

  • By Timothy K. Baldwin
    An employer must abide by the holiday and vacation pay policies in an employee handbook it provided during a job interview to an applicant it later hired, the Rhode Island Superior Court recently ruled. Because the employer never notified the employee of any changes to the policy during her employment, she was entitled to back wages for the holiday and vacation pay
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