Judge Myron H. Thompson of U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama in Montgomery said while Palmer's charges are “deeply troubling,” there was no evidence that Bangalore, India-based Infosys had violated Alabama state law.Read More
It is the fifth straight year that retaliation topped the list as being the most frequently alleged complaint.Read More
Compromises she offered, including wearing a hijab in colors matching her uniform and bearing a Disney logo, were rejected by the company, while Boudlal rejected Disney's suggestion she work elsewhere in its complex away from public view, according to the lawsuit.Read More
This awful catastrophe reminds us that we should view people as people, and not as colors, religions, or stereotypes.Read More
Halting confidential workplace investigations serves no one's interest, including the employees the agency is sworn to protect.
A court recently concluded that even though the word 'bitch' is sexually based, its use must be examined in context to determine whether it constitutes harassment 'because of sex.'Read More
Said one attorney, in cases where off-color language is used, the ruling signifies the importance of finding out 'how that language was used to determine what steps the employer should take and how they should go about investigating' it and imposing discipline.
Employers need social media policies to establish the rules of road for employees, who do not understand that they can be held responsible for their off-duty, online activities.
The EEOC said female employees were subjected to the constant use of racial slurs and derogatory sex-based and racial comments.Read More
The court accepted the case June 25 and has ruled on the issue previously under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Read More