|Who is Gina Lollobrigida? (Ms. Davis spells hers G-E-E-N-A.) We would have also accepted “What is the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act”, which, not coincidently, has a new final rule.
The EEOC is now going to require you to retain records so they can ensure you aren’t discriminating based on a worker’s genetic information. The good news is, the EEOC already requires you to retain those records. If you are not sure what records you need to keep, check out the recordkeeping requirements appendix in your Human Resources Manual – the manual is either green or pink, depending on when it was last updated. For more on the new GINA rule, check out this article by our partner Squire, Sanders & Dempsey by April 3, which is when the new rule goes into effect.