Posted on October 29, 2019
As recently reported by Law360, lawsuits alleging violations of the FCRA have more than doubled in the last decade as privacy and accuracy concerns grow over the credit reports and background checks companies increasingly rely on. FCRA claims have long been attractive to the plaintiffs' bar, due in large part to the potential for statutory, actual, and punitive damages; plus, the FCRA calls for defendants to cover lawsuit costs and attorney fees. Further, a heightened expectation of privacy in recent years has caused these claims to soar.
Posted on October 1, 2019
Yesterday, Monday, September 30, 2019, was the deadline for covered employers to submit EEO-1 Component 2 pay data. Did you miss it? If yes, the EEOC has announced that it will continue to accept reports. So if you missed the deadline, you are probably not alone.