So with the Supreme Court’s decision last week, there’s lots of other items that have slipped under the radar. (It’s Daylight Savings Time this Saturday, for example, which means spring is right around the corner.) Here’s some of things you might have missed:
- Wellness programs are all the rage. But do they violate GINA? That’s the subject of a thought-provoking post by the Delaware Employment Law Blog. Disclaimers are a key part.
- The ADA has a variety of rules in the workplace. But a key component is the public accommodations portion and those employers who have facilities open to the public need to know about new rules going into place next week. The Employers Law Blog has the details.
- The always-good Labor Relations Today has a post about a new national "Right to Work" bill that was introduced in Congress this week. It certainly seems consistent with the attack on unions that has been going on in various areas.
- Are you tired of top ten lists? Neither am I and the New York Labor & Employment Law Report has an excellent one on the issues facing employers and what to do about them.
- I noted earlier this week about a victory for an employer in a recent First Amendment case at the Second Circuit. Wait a Second has word of another victory for employers on another such a case and has followed the trend at the Court in the post-Garcetti world.