This week, we look at a range of recent anti-harassment and gender equity updates from across the country.

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Return-to-Work Behavior Policies and Training

As employees across the United States have returned to the office, employers have seen an increased number of complaints about inappropriate behavior in the workplace. Not only are employers responding, but many municipalities and state governments are passing a slate of aggressive new workplace regulations. Read more about new required training and policy updates in Chicago.

U.S. Soccer's Landmark Equal Pay Agreement

Last month, the U.S. Soccer Federation and the Women's National Team reached a historic collective bargaining agreement, resolving a long-running, high-profile gender equity dispute between the women’s team and the league.

Board Diversity in California

California's statute requiring businesses in the state to include a minimum number of women on their boards was recently found to violate the California Constitution. Learn more.

Other Highlights

COVID-19 WORKFORCE (re)sources
Click here to see what the federal government and state and local governments have done recently to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

DOL Urges Employers to Prioritize Safety for Young, Summer Hires
HR Dive
Paul DeCamp featured

How to Protect Health Care Trade Secrets with Covenants
Erik Weibust, Kate Rigby

EEOC Issues Guidance on the ADA & Employer Use of AI Screening Tools
Workforce Bulletin
Nathaniel Glasser, Adam Forman, Frank Morris, Bob O’Hara, Sahar Shiralian

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