In 77 tweets, what employers can learn about EEOC enforcement #EEOCHR

March 7, 2013
By Eric B. Meyer on March 7, 2013 7:00 AM | | Comments
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I had two topics on the brain to blog about:

  1. Whether, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, being on time is an essential function of the job. Fortunately, Daniel Schwartz addressed that yesterday here at the Connecticut Employment Law Blog.

  2. As a follow-up to yesterday's wage-and-hour / Daylight Savings Time post, exploring how DST impacts tracking intermittent leave taken under the Family and Medical Leave Act.

{Go take a bath right now to cleanse yourself of the employment-law dorkness that hit you from reading No. 2}

Instead, after the jump, I have, well, you read the title to this post. These are my tweets (and several retweets) from the "EEOC Overview and HR Mixer" I attended yesterday -- hashtag #ubernerd #EEOCHR

{Better grab the soap and turn on that bath again. You've been warned.}

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