Watch Out for Scope Creep in Flexible Work Arrangements

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Despite best intentions and nondiscriminatory business motivations, some groups of employees may reap more of the benefits of flexible work arrangements than others simply because their circumstances make such options more attractive to them. Accordingly, you should take steps to ensure flexible work arrangements are offered and implemented without discrimination on any prohibited basis. In offering flexible work arrangements, you should consider employees’ unique, real needs and wants while also taking measures to ensure the arrangements don’t create a second class of employees that results in unlawful disparate treatment or disparate impact discrimination. As with all other employment practices,

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