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Lauder’s $1.1M Settlement Puts Companies On Notice Re Parental Leave Policies

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s lawsuit against Estee Lauder Companies for alleged sex discrimination in its administration of parental leave and return-to-work benefits “marks a startling change in EEOC interests,” according to Bellatrix PC attorney and CEO Alicia Dearn. Companies should review their policies to ensure against unlawful male/female biases, she says.

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