Our colleagues Gregory Keating and Francesco DeLuca of Epstein Becker Green have a new post on Workforce Bulletin that will be of interest to our readers: “Massachusetts Case Highlights Importance of Clear Communication in Compensation Plans.”

The following is an excerpt:

Preparing the terms of employee compensation can be a resource-intensive task requiring

On June 19, 2019, the New York State Senate and Assembly passed legislation that would, if signed into law, broaden the scope of last year’s ban on clauses requiring employees to arbitrate sexual harassment claims so as to prohibit such clauses with respect to all types of discrimination claims. As reported on this blog,