What does one make of a recent lawsuit filed by the EEOC against CVS, claiming that a severance agreement it provided to three employees unlawfully restricted their rights?Read More
GM President Mary Barra expressed regret over the Cobalt’s safety issues; she stated that GM is now moving from a culture of cost containment to a culture of safety.
It’s okay to 'gossip' in the workplace, as long it’s not 'negative,' said the NLRB.Read More
The future of labor-management relations is as complicated as ever.Read More
Religious discrimination claims have been on the rise recently, especially ones involving accommodation requests, legal experts say.Read More
Hiring practices carried out online might appear to be neutral at first glance, but they could have the unintended effect of excluding people.Read More
Following these three tips will help you shore up your language to create nondisparagement clauses that you can actually rely upon.Read More
Once an employer has knowledge of an employee’s disability, it must engage in an interactive process with the employee to determine if a reasonable accommodation exists.Read More
Recent policy shifts from the American Medical Association and the EEOC are changing the way employers address obesity in the workplace.Read More
If unhealthy employees are bad for business, then I think it’s fair to argue an executive who plays ‘body police’ and essentially bullies employees into participating in a wellness program is bad for business, too.