It’s incomprehensible and unjustifiable for an employer to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.Read More
According to the EEOC, one company required its employees to participate in a 'belief system' that the defendants’ family member created, called “Onionhead.”Read More
Parties who are equally culpable in workplace misconduct should be treated equally. Disparate treatment is, well, disparate treatment, which is a Title VII no-no.Read More
It's not that far from the NLRB letting the chickens run the workplace henhouse. How will employers be able to effectively manage then?Read More
No matter the situation, thorough investigations and maintaining a consistent story will save your bacon in many workplace lawsuits.Read More
As these cases illustrate, when an employee acts egregiously courts are willing to overlook things like as whether a non-compete was conventionally, or even actually, signed.Read More
What are common practices that employers follow when a current employee turns up with a failed background check? What are some instances that would or should result in termination and what are some violations that could be deemed acceptable?
— Background Noise, HR associate, software/systems, New York
This case is less about whether credit histories disparately impact African Americans than it is about how the EEOC chose to prove its case.Read More
SAP says the acquisition helps provide for consistent, total workforce management.
Nothing good comes from putting statements like 'too bad he’s male' in emails, or text messages, or voice mails, or any other form of communication.Read More