English-only policy

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    Chief among the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) current priorities are (1) eliminating barriers in recruitment and hiring and (2) protecting immigrant, migrant, and other vulnerable workers. It therefore should come as no surprise that the EEOC might be setting its sights on revising its guidance relating to English-only policies...
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    Lots of Texas employers have arbitration agreements, and lots of Texas employers have employees who speak only English and employees who speak only Spanish. So what happens when you give a Spanish-speaking employee an arbitration agreement that's written in English? Is it valid? Read on to find out. Different views Guadalupe Valenzuela worked...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow...
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    Earlier this year, the U.S. Census Bureau released detailed 2010 Census population totals and demographics. The data reveal that six percent of Kansans were born in a foreign country and 10 percent of Kansans speak a language other than English at home. Given those numbers, it's not surprising that Kansas employers are...
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    Q Our receptionist wants to know if she can ask Hispanic applicants to speak English when they're in the reception area waiting to be interviewed. At most, I think she can ask them to be quiet if they are disturbing her while she is answering the phones and conducting business, but I don't think she can demand that they speak...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow the...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow...
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    Q I've noticed a trend of supervisors giving employees time off without pay. The reasons for the requests aren't medical in nature (e.g., camping), and the employees have exhausted their vacation time. We have an attendance policy, and attendance is a category on our performance evaluations. If our common practice is not to follow...
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