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 Family Medical Leave Act and Title VII do not combine like chocolate and peanut butter to create an associational retaliation FMLA claim.Read More
I've written before how employers must treat pregnant employees the same (no better and no worse) as other employees based on their ability or inability to work.Read More
The complaint seeks a court order prohibiting future discrimination by the respondent, monetary damages to the employee and civil penalties.Read More
I am not suggesting that you surveil every employee who takes leave from your workplace. Without a good faith belief supporting the surveillance, a court could conclude that your actions are unlawful.Read More
If you think you can rely on a legal technicality as a defense against retaliation, think again. The deck is stacked against you.
With changes in whistle-blower laws, companies must be even more diligent about protecting workers who speak out.Read More
The Hanford Concerns Council in Washington state was formed according to state mediation laws, and members include company representatives, advocacy group members and independent parties.