Reopening the Economy: Employers Face Tough Decisions and Potential EEO Claims (U.S. Chamber Litigation Blog)
Many states are lifting stay-at-home restrictions. Employers face tough calls about whether and when to re-open; which employees to bring back; and how to respond to employees’ requests for flexible schedules or other accommodations.
As employers wrestle with these business decisions, they are already beginning to face litigation. Partners Shay Dvoretzky and Elizabeth McRee identify three areas under anti-discrimination laws that pose significant litigation risk.
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