Tag: DOJ


Employer to pay nearly $40K after DOJ finds its job ad requested White candidates

May 29, 2024

Via: HR Dive

According to DOJ, Arthur Grand violated the Immigration and Nationality Act, which prohibits unlawful discrimination based on citizenship and national origin in hiring, as well as Executive Order 11246, which prohibits federal contractors from identity-based discrimination, including race, color and […]


Aerospace company pays $7.4M to settle no-poach suit tied to DOJ investigation

January 26, 2024

Via: HR Dive

A collection of aerospace companies has agreed to settle with workers who alleged that the companies engaged in an illegal no-poach agreement with one company, Cyient Inc., set to pay $7.4 million, according to court documents filed Wednesday. The news […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

Viewpoint: Workplace Violence—Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst

March 31, 2023


One of the more intimidating safety-related responsibilities that may fall to HR managers is preparing for and dealing with issues of workplace violence. Active-shooter incidents grab the headlines. Just this January, seven current or former co-workers were killed by a […]


EEOC, DOJ Warn Companies: Do Not Use AI to Discriminate

May 18, 2022


Employers must review their artificial intelligence tools to ensure they are not violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), according to new guidance released by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). Earlier this […]


DOJ Urges State Court to Use Antitrust Principles to Invalidate Noncompetes

April 19, 2022

Via: HR Hero

Noncompete agreements between employers and their employees traditionally are governed by state law. But that didn’t stop the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) from recently filing a statement of interest encouraging a Nevada state court to […]