Monthly Archives: August 2016

Aug 29, 2016  |   By Todd Stanton →

“I Need to Keep Track of What?”

In 2010, the EEOC received a complaint that Crothall Services Group was using criminal background checks and criminal history to make hiring decisions that had a “disparate impact” on African-Americans, Hispanics, and male applicants – that is, even though the criteria was facially non-discriminatory, the criteria disproportionally affected certain protected groups.  Before reaching whether Crothall’s selection criteria had such an impact, though, the EEOC came     Continue reading

Posted in Discrimination, Featured, General Business, Hiring and On-boarding, Respectful Workplace   |  

Aug 22, 2016  |   By Manori de Silva →

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN U.S. AND EUROPEAN LABOR LAWS: Part 1 Minimum Wage

If you are an American seeking to do business in Europe, or vice versa, it is useful to have an overview of the cultural and legal differences between the two continents to understand how these impact the respective work cultures.  As each state in the U.S. and each country in Europe has its own quirks, it would be impossible to cover all variables.  This series     Continue reading

Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act, Featured, Hiring and On-boarding, Immigration, International, Minimum Wage, Wage Payment   |  

Aug 5, 2016  |   By Todd Stanton →

Stanton Law Radio Time!

Manori de Silva is taking on the International Sector at Stanton Law. Qualified as an attorney in England (solicitor) and the United States, she uses her understanding of cultural differences to help European companies to do business in the United States. She also helps American companies navigate the complex web of worker protections in Europe. Click here to check out Todd and Manori on air with Atlanta’s Business Radio!         Continue reading

Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act, Featured, General Business, Hiring and On-boarding, Immigration, Labor Relations, Respectful Workplace, Uncategorized, Wage Payment   |