Posts in Equal Pay.

Better start gathering that 2018 pay data, just in case.

Hot darn! Two Friday quizzes in a row!

But when? And how?

A deceased judge can't be the deciding vote, Court says.

If you have the right answers, you should survive 2019.

What are you thankful for this year? Here is my list.

A study says so. Therefore, it must be true!

One court says yes, but it's complicated.

Career interruptions negatively affect pay. Who knew?

With President Trump in office for nine months now, it is hard to believe that none of his people are yet on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The four currentCommissioners, including the Acting Chair, Republican Victoria Lipnic, and former Chair Jenny Yang, were all appointed by President Obama.

But that may change soon. The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee held hearings this week on the nominations of Janet Dhillon for EEOC Chair and Daniel Gade for EEOC Commissioner.

(The Senate confirmation vote for William Emanuel, whose nomination as a Member of the National Labor Relations Board has been pending for quite some time, is expected to take place imminently.)

Here’s what we have learned about Ms. Dhillon and Dr. Gade from this week’s HELP Committee testimony, according to an article in Bloomberg BNA’s Daily Labor Report:

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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